A Fine Artistic Line in Niceville

By: Jodi Mailander Farrell

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A national touring art exhibit that explores the uses of line through the work of two dramatically different major artists will call the Northwest Florida town of Niceville home through July 31.

The two-person show at the Mcllroy and Hozhauer Galleries in the Art Wing of the Mattie Kelly Performing Arts Center pairs the large-scale drawings and photographs of Huguette Despault May and the glass sculptures of Kathleen Elliot.

The exhibit, “A Continuous Mark: Huguette May and Kathleen Elliot,” is free of charge at the center, which is on the Niceville campus of Northwest Florida State College at 100 College Blvd., between Pensacola and Panama City.

For more than 17 years, the Mattie Kelly Arts Center Galleries have provided Northwest Florida with entertaining, stimulating, and challenging art exhibitions from around the world. The galleries are committed to bringing in more nationally and internationally known artists and expanding programs, all while remaining free of charge and open to the public.

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