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February 2017

Of The Earth

February 6

Marianne Weil’s abstract bronze and glass sculptures are created using the lost‐wax casting process.  Weil, of Orient, NY, visits prehistoric sites and studies the remnants of ancient life to incorporate into her sculptural work. Painter, Randy Akers of Skidaway Island, GA believes that “people want a record of where they’ve been and what they’ve seen.”  Locations are the inspiration for his multi-layered paintings. For more information visit the Museum’s website.  Show runs through March 12, 2017  

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Of The Earth

February 7

Marianne Weil’s abstract bronze and glass sculptures are created using the lost‐wax casting process.  Weil, of Orient, NY, visits prehistoric sites and studies the remnants of ancient life to incorporate into her sculptural work. Painter, Randy Akers of Skidaway Island, GA believes that “people want a record of where they’ve been and what they’ve seen.”  Locations are the inspiration for his multi-layered paintings. For more information visit the Museum’s website.  Show runs through March 12, 2017  

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Of The Earth

February 8

Marianne Weil’s abstract bronze and glass sculptures are created using the lost‐wax casting process.  Weil, of Orient, NY, visits prehistoric sites and studies the remnants of ancient life to incorporate into her sculptural work. Painter, Randy Akers of Skidaway Island, GA believes that “people want a record of where they’ve been and what they’ve seen.”  Locations are the inspiration for his multi-layered paintings. For more information visit the Museum’s website.  Show runs through March 12, 2017  

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Of The Earth

February 9

Marianne Weil’s abstract bronze and glass sculptures are created using the lost‐wax casting process.  Weil, of Orient, NY, visits prehistoric sites and studies the remnants of ancient life to incorporate into her sculptural work. Painter, Randy Akers of Skidaway Island, GA believes that “people want a record of where they’ve been and what they’ve seen.”  Locations are the inspiration for his multi-layered paintings. For more information visit the Museum’s website.  Show runs through March 12, 2017  

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Of The Earth

February 10

Marianne Weil’s abstract bronze and glass sculptures are created using the lost‐wax casting process.  Weil, of Orient, NY, visits prehistoric sites and studies the remnants of ancient life to incorporate into her sculptural work. Painter, Randy Akers of Skidaway Island, GA believes that “people want a record of where they’ve been and what they’ve seen.”  Locations are the inspiration for his multi-layered paintings. For more information visit the Museum’s website.  Show runs through March 12, 2017  

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