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Chapman-Bremner show

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Fayetteville artist Megan Chapman and Stewart Bremner are showing their first collaborative works at Northwest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville in an exhibition called "I thought I would find you here." The paintings were made in May of last year after Bremner, of Edinburgh, Scotland, traveled to Fayetteville after a year's correspondence with Chapman. The exhibit also includes works each made individually. The show runs through April in the college's Peterson Auditorium.

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