Artist Diana Durrand hangs her felted wool

Dog days of art

Artist Diana Durrand hangs her felted wool, liquid plastic and acrylic leaping dog piece at the Arts Centre at Cedar Hill.

Artist Diana Durrand hangs her felted wool, liquid plastic and acrylic leaping dog piece at the Arts Centre at Cedar Hill.

The new show, Convergence, featuring three artists, Deanna, Alanna Sparanese and Gillian Prayer opened Tuesday and will run until March 31 with the closing reception on March 28 at 7 p.m.

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