Saying goodbye

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Saying goodbye

Fort Lewis College senior art exhibit spills over into two spaces
“Wombst & Creggs” is a work in yarn, rope and clay by Chrissy Noel Kinslow.
“Meditation in Stitching,” a work in colored cotton fabric by Stella Doble.
“Mechanihand” is a work in wood and mixed media by Nicholas Kanelos.
Lucas Vicenti, 10, left, and younger brother Markol Vicenti, 5, look at work by their mother, Sashiin Vicenti, who created the piece “Epitome of Rhythm.” The figure, which is springloaded and bobs up and down, is made of wood and paper.
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“depARTing,” an exhibition of works by 34 graduating art majors, Fort Lewis College Art Gallery, Jones Hall, through May 3. Gallery hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 247-7167 or visit

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Saying goodbye

“Wombst & Creggs” is a work in yarn, rope and clay by Chrissy Noel Kinslow.
“Meditation in Stitching,” a work in colored cotton fabric by Stella Doble.
“Mechanihand” is a work in wood and mixed media by Nicholas Kanelos.
Lucas Vicenti, 10, left, and younger brother Markol Vicenti, 5, look at work by their mother, Sashiin Vicenti, who created the piece “Epitome of Rhythm.” The figure, which is springloaded and bobs up and down, is made of wood and paper.
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