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Quinlan Visual Arts Center's Fall Exhibitions announced

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - The Quinlan Visual Arts Center has announced the lineup for its Fall Exhibitions.<br /> <br /> It will include: "On The Edge" featuring members of The Atlanta Collage Society; "Musings" sculpture by Jane Hemmer; "Up Close" solo exhibition featuring Joyce Hornor; "A Child's West and other Tails" artist Michael Melson; and "Ephemeral" artist Patrick McGannon. <br /> <br /> The dates for the exhibition are August 21
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