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Ted Parkhurst is having a show and sale of his color-intense paintings and framed drawings in suite 202 at Thea Artists Studios today until 7 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The studios are on the second floor of the Rosemary Hammel Building at 401 Main St., atop the Thea Foundation. Entrance to the studios is on Fourth Street.
The 40 works include "landscapes, dreaming piglets, birds and other nature subjects and animals playing musical instruments," Parkhurst says. For more information, call 515-3224.
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