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New art on display at Albany Museum of Art

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Karen Kemp, Executive Director Karen Kemp, Executive Director
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

A new exhibit is on display at the Albany Museum of Art. Theodore Waddell's "Abstractions in the Big Sky," are paintings of country landscapes from Montana and Wyoming.

Those who attended Thursday night's opening reception also got to enjoy beer and banjos.

Museum officials say the artwork will appeal to a lot of south Georgians.

"I think that anyone who sees these that loves horses, and trees, and cows and big vistas will appreciate these paintings," said Executive Director Karen Kemp. "There's several paintings in the bunch that look like they could have come right out of Georgia."

The exhibit will be on display until the end of August.

 

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