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5 Alexandria artists included in regional portrait exhibit

An artist's reception is set for Tuesday, May 17

LRAC Gallery.jpg"Abigail," by Alexandria artist Linda Gaugert, shows a drum major in a black and white uniform beating on a red drum, is among the portraits included in a regional portrait exhibition in Fergus Falls.
"Abigail," by Alexandria artist Linda Gaugert, is among the portraits included in a regional portrait exhibition in Fergus Falls. <br/>
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Five members of the Alexandria Art Guild have had their work accepted to the Lake Region Arts Council’s Portrait Exhibit at its main gallery in Fergus Falls.

The five artists —Linda Gaugert, Naomi Bjorklund, Ruth Hanson, Myron Sahlberg and Dean Anderson — are among 30 regional artists included in the exhibit.

The exhibit opened May 3 and runs through Thursday, June 30. An artist reception is scheduled for 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, at the LRAC Gallery, 137 Mill St. in Fergus Falls.

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