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Local artists' work shown in Abingdon eye doctor's office

A unique partnership was launched Aug. 7 that will allow five local artists to display one-of-a-kind paintings at Katzen Eye Group's Bel Air location.

Katzen Eye Group, Maryland's largest private eye care practice, and The Harford Artists' Association Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the fine arts in Harford County, are working together to showcase local works.

"There are so many talented artists in Harford County. This is an opportunity for us to help promote and raise awareness of the art that is being created right here in our own backyard," Janna Mullaney, chief operations officer at Katzen Eye Group, said.

Five paintings will be on display throughout the practice, with most of the paintings hanging in the office's waiting area. All of the paintings will be for sale. Local artists include Dottie Dunsmore, Louanne Van Fosen Moberly, Annabelle Thurlow, Alexandra Kopp and Patricia Stonesifer. As paintings sell, new pieces will be put on display.

The Bel Air office is at 3401 Box Hill Corporate Center Drive, Suite 202, in Abingdon.

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