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Art lovers, rejoice. There’s a new kind of art gallery in town. Well, it’s not exactly “in town,” and some might argue it’s not a traditional “gallery.” Nevertheless, rejoicing is definitely appropriate.
That’s because Kadoodle Artworks, an art space opened by Russell and Julia Meston a few months ago, is situated inside a former Methodist Church building in Hallsville. The gallery has a variety of abstract and watercolor paintings by Russell on display as well as jewelry and pottery pieces.
Kadoodle is open from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays, and just about every piece of art, whether it’s anchored to a wall or propped up in an old church pew, is for sale.
To find out more, visit the Kadoodle Facebook page or call 573-777-2295.
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