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The Carthage Press
  • Art from all ages to be featured this Friday

  • Art can be appreciated in any form, and that includes art by any artist ... regardless of age.
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  • Art can be appreciated in any form, and that includes art by any artist ... regardless of age.
    The next Carthage Historic Downtown Art Walk (6 p.m. Friday) will feature the art of about 25 young participants in artCentral's artCamp in UMB Bank, as well as a Carthage cartoonist Sierra Russow, 23, in Carthage True Value Hardware Store.
    “I am feeling ecstatic about being part of the Art Walk,” Russow said. “I define art as a way to express what I see through the imagination. My drawings are to allow other artists or viewers to have a better understanding of me because I'm one who doesn't really explain myself verbally, only creativity can explain.”
    Russow works in traditional pencil, Micron pens, and PrismaColor markers. She graduated last May from Southeast Missouri State University.
    There will be live music with the Ozark Hellbenders at Front Page; Mary Anne Andrews and Keith Garber at Koka Art Gallery; George and Lee at the Screen Door; and the Scale House band playing at the Woodshed.
    Extra side events include live dancers; train rides with the Carthage Shrine Club, visitors from the Carthage Humane Society and the British Car Show.
    Other artists participating in this Art Walk are: Brittney Calvin, April Davis, Jed Bennett, Ed Grundy, Tucker Dunaway, Karen Brust, Janice Kinnman, Koral Martin, Dustin Miller, Marianne Reed, Lisa Livingston-Martin, Rachel Wilson, Brenda Hayes, Dan Trogdon, Jeanette Westbay, Alice Greenwood, Sandy Robinson, Cody Langford, Roy Weldon, Cher Jiang and Martha Goldman.

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