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Mansfield Art Center Holds Live Art Demonstrations

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  Original Published: 4/13/2014

Mansfield Art Center held an exhibition called "Eye Spy - Live Art" over the weekend. The exhibition featured local artists creating and improvising with their craft as visitors toured the gallery, and pieces made or brought to the show were to be raffled off.

"People are going to be able to stand around and talk, and mingle, and ask questions," said Cindy Callen-Lynch, Eye Spy committee chair. "It's just a way to bring everybody together in the art community."

For more information, visit http://www.mansfieldartcenter.org.

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