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Patricia Uchello show at ArtSquare


ArtSquare’s monthly gallery openings will continue to showcase original fine art by the area’s leading artists. On Friday, March 12, ArtSquare will host its first gallery exhibition, featuring paintings by Waterford artist Katherine Riedel and guest artist Patricia Uchello from Alexandria. Live music and refreshments will be served, and the public is invited to attend and tour the new facility. Both exhibits will continue through April 3.

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