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Artists show different directions in new Meadows show

1:50 PM, Feb. 25, 2014
Glass art by Jim DuFrane, part of 'Personal Art, Three Directions,' running in March at Meadows Art Gallery in Sister Bay.
Glass art by Jim DuFrane, part of 'Personal Art, Three Directions,' running in March at Meadows Art Gallery in Sister Bay.
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Three Door County artists are featured in "Personal Art, Three Directions," the Meadows Art Gallery exhibit for March.

Their fine art statements rely on artistic foundations, but each artist challenges viewers in personal ways. And each artist has a personal style that is a natural growth for them.

Judy Nelson will display a direction in portraiture, with a linear approach to capturing likenesses in her two-dimensional work. Viewers are drawn into the subjects with a sense of the individuals and are given a chance to meet them and get a glimpse of what these people are. Nelson also will ...

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