Thomasville's first Artist Collective exhibition of the year shows off works from a local artist and one of her students.
Suzanna Winton and Jill Bright partnered to display their work at one of Thomasville's most happening spots.
Portraits from both artists will line the walls of Grassroots Coffee until April.
Bright said, “Well it's my first show, and I'm doing it with my friend. And we've got lots of family coming. It's just going to be a good time.”
The Rough & Refined Exhibition will open Friday at 6 p.m. at Grassroots.
All of the work will be available for sale.
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