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ART: Impressionism, Then and Now at Elder Gallery 

Tuesday, Dec. 8

Art fans can splatter themselves with glee, as Elder Gallery's newest exhibition Impressionism, Then and Now, is an all-out exploration through the 19th-century art movement of impressionism -- coined from Claude Monet's work "Impression, Sunrise." Works by European and American artists -- including Daniel Bayless, Tom Perkinson, Michael Strang, Thomas Van Stein, and selections from the Leon A. Makielski Collection -- dating from 1906 to 2009, will be on display for folks to eye. Just don't stare so hard at the thick, visable brush strokes that you miss out on the big picture. One thing's for sure, it will leave an impression on you. Exhibition continues through Dec. 31. Open: By appointment on Monday; Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Elder Gallery, 1427 South Blvd., Ste. 101. 704-370-6337.

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