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Friday, 05 July 2013 11:47

ABOVE: One of local artist Marc Shank’s pieces in the collection on the fictional town of “Scurvyville” hangs in the main gallery of Baker Arts Center as part of the “Home Works” exhibit. The exhibit features six artists with local roots and will run through Aug. 10 at Baker. For more photos, see PAGE 6A.

LEFT: This picture by local artist Michael Strickland is displayed in the lower galleries of Baker Arts Center as part of the “Home Works” exhibit. Strickland, along with other local artists Dan and Susan Koons, Marc Shank, Lyn Harp and John McDonald are part of the Baker exhibit which will be on display through Aug. 10. An opening will take place Saturday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. L&T photos/Robert Pierce

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