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Cantrell Gallery celebrates 45th with Criswell, Hall, Parlor, Harrington ...

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click to enlarge Painting by John Wooldridge, at Cantrell Gallery.
  • Painting by John Wooldridge, at Cantrell Gallery.

... and the list goes on, for the group exhibit that opens Friday, Jan. 9. Cantrell Gallery will serve birthday cake and sparkling wine at the opening reception, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., to mark the anniversary.

Cantrell Gallery was opened in 1970 by Helen and Norman Scott, parents of current co-owner Cindy Scott-Huisman, in a storefront on Seventh Street. Old-timers like me will remember, as Scott-Huisman points out, that the street was "furniture row," with businesses like Steinkamp and Strawn. The gallery moved to its current location in 1976.

The full list of artists: Kae Barron, J.P. Bell, Becca Bennett, Jerry Burrow, Paul Caldwell, Bethany Cannon, Lange Cheek, Daniel Coston, Warren Criswell, Nathaniel Dailey, Cici Davidson, Debie Deaton, John Deering, Neal Harrington, Thom Hall, Barbara Lasley, Megan Lewis, Barry Lindley, Judd Mann, Sarah Merkle, Sean Moorman, Mary Ethel Morgan, Lee Nora Parlor, Kip Powers, Randy Rhea, Eric Spann, Virginia Williamson, and John Wooldridge. Their work includes painting, collage, photography, printmaking, pastels, mixed media, fused glass and wood crafts. 

The exhibition runs through Feb. 28.

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