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14 new artists flock to Birds in Art

8:16 PM, Sep. 4, 2013
David Kapszukiewicz painted 'Cruising Down Rocky Run Creek' using oil on canvas board. Kapszukiewicz, of Tomahawk, is one of 14 artists featured for the first time at Woodson Art Museum's Birds in Art exhibit.
David Kapszukiewicz painted 'Cruising Down Rocky Run Creek' using oil on canvas board. Kapszukiewicz, of Tomahawk, is one of 14 artists featured for the first time at Woodson Art Museum's Birds in Art exhibit.
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David Kapszukiewicz is not one to take no for an answer.

The Tomahawk resident, for the first time this year, will be featured in the Woodson Art Museum's flagship exhibition Birds in Art.

He will join 13 others who will show their work for the first time, beginning Saturday in Birds in Art; he is among 112 artists featured. ...

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