The Eyes Of Artists

. June 30, 2019.
The Sight Center

American Frame and The Sight Center have partnered to display up to 30 paintings by local artists who are legally blind. All of the paintings are available for sale while the exhibit is open through July, and they include Toledo’s own Dave Wisniewski, Jeannin Dailey, and others. A reception will be held from 5:30-7:30pm.

Thursday, 7.11
American Frame, 400 Tomahawk Dr., Maumee.
Contact Tim Tegge with questions.
419-720-3937, Ext. 105 | sightcentertoledo.org

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