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Seniors Showcase Their Handy Work

The Meredith College senior art exhibition, titled “By Hand,” opened on April 8 in the Weems Gallery in the Gaddy Hamrick Building.The senior art exhibition showcases a variety of works done by the graduating seniors majoring or minoring in a visual art field. The mediums include everything from sculpture to painting. When asked how her work reflected the title of the show, Nikki Wertz said, “I always preferred working with my hands and me and my cohorts prefer to work on physical art, besides computer work. I feel it properly expressed what I like to do because a lot of us work with sculpture and painting and that is where the name came from.” The show will stay up in the gallery until April 29. It is free to view and open to the community from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. every day of the week and weekends from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

By Ell Shelp-Peck, Staff Writer

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