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Masters of different mediums on display at Quinlan
Gallery opens fall exhibit featuring Atlanta Collage Society and three area artists
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Gainesville artist Michael Melson's work hangs during the opening reception for the Quinlan Visual Art Center's fall exhibition. Melson, a Milton firefighter-EMT whose paintings resemble pointalism, said he considers himself an impressionist. He uses very fine brushes and tiny strokes in paintings such as "Second Shot at Early Light," center, as well as small burn marks on wood on the flanking pyrographs. - photo by NAT GURLEY
Artistic media ranging from still-lifes and statues to collages and canvases form cohesive collections to tell stories during the Quinlan Visual Arts Center’s Fall Exhibitions. “Everyone showing here is a master of their chosen medium,” said Amanda McClure, executive director of the center. “We have everything from realism to abstract in this exhibition, and I love having 3-D art in the middle of the room.”