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Douglas County artist Philip Montgomery adjusts some of his artwork
Douglas County artist Philip Montgomery adjusts some of his artwork
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Sandra Whittington views a painting by a county artist at a Douglas County Courthouse display highlighting local artistic talent.
Sandra Whittington views a painting by a county artist at a Douglas County Courthouse display highlighting local artistic talent.
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Ken Paradise takes a close look at a unique artistic creation which is on display through the end of this month at the county courthouse.
Ken Paradise takes a close look at a unique artistic creation which is on display through the end of this month at the county courthouse.
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Brittany Gilbreath, who works in the county finance department at the Douglas County Courthouse, looks at an artistic creation from a local resident, which is on display at the courthouse gallery through the end of this month.
Brittany Gilbreath, who works in the county finance department at the Douglas County Courthouse, looks at an artistic creation from a local resident, which is on display at the courthouse gallery through the end of this month.
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The Douglasville-Douglas County Cultural Arts Center on Campbellton Street has few equals as an artistic venue on the southside of metro Atlanta.

However, the Douglas County Courthouse Art Gallery also ranks high on the list of preferred venues for local artists specializing in all media.

On Tuesday from 4:30 to 6 p.m., a reception is scheduled to introduce a new exhibit for July called the “Artist Choice” which features the works of county artists.

Another exhibit, titled “From Dusk till Dawn,” begins July 31 and continues through August. County government spokesman Wes Tallon said it will feature artwork associated with the title.

“We will have paintings, photos, postcards and other media highlighting sunsets, nighttime scenes and morning sunrises,” he said.

For more information, call (770) 920-7593.

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