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'Visions' on display at museum

March 15, 2013

An exhibit of Colorado City artist Leada Wood's work is on display now through April 27 at Heritage Museum. A reception in Wood's honor will be held March 22. (Courtesy photo)

One of this area's finest artists has her work on display through April at Heritage Museum.

“Visions,” a collection of work by Leada Wood, is on display now through April 27, Museum Director Nancy Raney said. Also, a select group of her works will be available for purchase.

A reception in Wood's honor will be held from 6-8 p.m. March 22 at the museum.

“She is an award-winning artist whose work is shown throughout the state,” Raney said. “She is also very active with the Caboose Watercolor Society (a group of Big Spring-area artists), West Texas Watercolor Society and West Texas Art Guild.”

Wood owns Studio Twenty studio and consignment gallery in Colorado City. Her work has been juried into the Artist of Texas, Contemporary Fine Art International, Mixed Media International and International Society of Experimental Artists competitions.

A collection of her works have been recently published in the books, “Art Tells The Story” and “The Colors of Texas,” as well as “Southwest Art Magazine.”

To view her work online, visit www.leadawood.com or www.leadwood.com/blog.

For more information on the exhibit, contact Heritage Museum at 267-8255.

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