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Thursday February 27th, 2020 3:50AM

Gainesville, Rabun, Blairsville artists selected for regional exposition

By AccessWDUN Staff
Three Northeast Georgia artists have been selected for this year's Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, which will be held in a couple of weeks in Charleston, S.C.

The event is a three-day celebration of wildlife and nature through life Art, conservation education, sporting demonstrations, food, drink and the people who honor them all. Billed as the largest event of its kind in the country, SEWE annually plays host to hundreds of artists and exhibitors, plus experts in wildlife and nature art.  More than 40,000 people are expected to attend it during the weekend of February 14 - 16.

The three area artists among the 90+ artists selected to exhibit in the Belmond Charleston Place Hotel during that weekend are Ann Goble of Gainesville, Broderick Crawford of Rabun County, and John Stanford of Blairsville.

Click here for more on the participating artists, samples of their works and information about the event itself.

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Gainesville, Rabun, Blairsville artists selected for regional exposition
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