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Art exhibition reception set for tomorrow

Denise Boineau, featured artist for the  Fashion Framed Art Exhibit Denise Boineau, featured artist for the Fashion Framed Art Exhibit
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

A Fashion Art Exhibit is hitting the streets of Thomasville!

A handpicked artist is showcasing her paintings tomorrow evening at the Thomasville Center for the Arts.

The work includes a mix of art and fashion, from her experience in the fashion industry in New York.

"I came up with the theme," said Thomasville painter, Denise Boineau. "It's really kind of based around patterns and things that I've seen and experienced over the years; things I wanted to play with when it came to color and pattern and texture, and kind of settling it back to the fashion industry."

If you're interested in going to the exhibit, the reception starts tomorrow at 5:30 and is free to the public. The exhibit will run for three weeks.

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