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Thursday, March 7, 2013 01:29 pm

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Local artists Wendy Allen and William Crook, Jr. present a joint exhibit of their work March 9-10, at 627 E. Adams, a temporary gallery space. The show, A Marriage of Spirit and Place, unites the couple’s interests and interactions after 26 years of marriage. Both formally trained in the fine arts, Wendy’s work will focus on the ethereal, with icons and small altars from spiritual traditions and portraits of local individuals she endears as, “Off the Grid Angels.” William, well known for his pen and ink drawings, will also display watercolors, as well as a new series of larger acrylic paintings of cityscapes and a Sangamon River scene. A Saturday reception includes a gallery talk by Kent Smith, poets John Knoepfle and John Malan, actor Ted Keylon, and interpretive dance with Meg Evans, Chery Miller and friends. Sunday hours to view the exhibit are 1-3 p.m.

A Marriage of Spirit and Place
Saturday, March 9, 6-9pm
Sunday, March 10, 1-3pm
impromptu gallery space
627 E. Adams
726-2072

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