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ARTS AFIRE! August, 2012

August's ARTS AFIRE! featured artists Tom Hussey and Bev Lombardo of the Seneca County Arts Council and the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House and Grounds. Landscape illustrations by Hussey and Lombardo and art produced by members of the general public at a workshop at the Stanton House are on display in the visitor center through September 3. Below are a few images of some of the artists and their works, as well as some photographs of the grand opening of the exhibit.

 
Rose Spinelli creating her work of art at the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House
Rose Spinelli works on her artwork during the park's ARTS AFIRE! workshop at the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House.
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Artists work on their paintings at an ARTS AFIRE! workshop "En Plein Air" at the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House
Artists work on their paintings at an ARTS AFIRE! workshop at the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House.
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Fall Bush by Bev Lombardo
Fall Bush, by Bev Lombardo
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Stanley Matthews and his rendering of the Elizabeth Cady Stanton landscape
Stanley Matthews and his rendering of the Elizabeth Cady Stanton landscape
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Abby Gazley, Seneca Falls, and her grandson, Eli Kupiec, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, point to their paintings of the Stanton House
Abby Gazley, Seneca Falls, and her grandson, Eli Kupiec, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, point to their paintings of the Stanton House
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