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Arlington Arts Council displays 'feathered' works at library

From left, Arlington Arts Council members Marilyn Lisk, Arlene Morrison, Jill Bhear, Fran Kaufman, Karen Lewis and Christina Harvey show off their original artwork at the Arlington Library. - Courtesy Photo
From left, Arlington Arts Council members Marilyn Lisk, Arlene Morrison, Jill Bhear, Fran Kaufman, Karen Lewis and Christina Harvey show off their original artwork at the Arlington Library.
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ARLINGTON — Fans of feathers will enjoy the latest display at the Arlington Library.

A collection of paintings featuring feathers are now on display at the library. The art work was done by members of the Arlington Arts Council.

The display will be available for library patrons through Sept. 30.

The original feather paintings were done by Council members Marilyn Lisk, Arlene Morrison, Jill Bhear, Fran Kaufman, Karen Lewis and Christina Harvey.

The library, located at 135 N. Washington Ave., typically features a rotating display from the Council.

The next library exhibit — a "reflection" theme — beings Oct. 1.

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