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'Delineations of V.L. Cox' 

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New abstract paintings by North Little Rock artist V.L. Cox, including “Brushy Creek” (shown here), are evocative of landscape in an exhibit at Boswell-Mourot Fine Art, “The Delineations of V.L. Cox.” Cox, whose work identified by elaborately textured surfaces and a subtle color sense, has work in public and private collections. The show runs through the month at the gallery, at 5815 Kavanaugh.
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