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ARTISTS IN ACTION Art meets history in new exhibit

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Posted: Sunday, August 10, 2014 4:47 am | Updated: 11:48 am, Sun Aug 10, 2014.

Inclement weather doesn’t bother Jerry Marks. The Oxford painter welcomes the opportunity to stay inside his studio all day and paint to his heart’s content.

Marks displays his work on a regular basis at Nunnally’s Noble Street Frame and Gallery in downtown Anniston. For the current exhibit of his work, he made an additional contribution: last Saturday he gave a demonstration on the importance of the use of shadows to create realism in watercolors.

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