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Captions: AUSTIN, TEXAS Gallery in the Garden recently held an exhibit and auction at the Governor's Masnion to benefit the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Austin. Pictured from I to r:Texas Governor Rick Perry, Dallas artist Amanda Dunbar and First Lady Anita Perry.

ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLA. Europa Gallery recently held an opening at the Celebration Hotel to benefit the Make A Wish Foundation of Central and Northern Florida. Pictured from l to r: Joe La Paglia, c.e.o. of Make A Wish Foundation; Jan Ingrando; Scot Crews; Gallery Owner Joe Sabatini and artist Keith Martin Johns.

TAMPA, FLA. The Great Art and Framing Company recently held an open house reception for artists represented by Southern Field Fine Art. Pictured from l to r Southern Fields Consultant Margy Lease, gallery owners Judith "loose" and James Hadley.

TAMPA, FLA. Artist Caleb recently returned to Florida after spending several years in Portland. Pictured with some friends from MacArthur Gallery, l to r: Terry Valladarez; Ann Kohl; Roger Hall; Deborah MacArthur; an unidentified waiter; Caleb and canine friend Toulousse; Angela Davis and Jim Cournoyer, Caleb's agent.

NEW YORK Former President Bill Clinton attended the unveiling reception of Pop artist Charles Fazzino's commemorative artwork for the William J. Clinton Foundation fundraiser, held at The Supper Club.

BALTIMORE Artist James Jones recently celebrated "Studio, Show & Sale '03,"a show featuring his work and sponsored by the Senoje Collection. Pictured from l to r: Jones and patrons Mr. and Mrs. Burnett and Roslind Seth.

CAPE MAY, N.J. Fine art Marianne Ham is shown with her award-winning Image "Canoes" at a recent reception at the seventh-annual Cape May County Art League Juried Fine Art Show. Ham's black-and-white photograph of a stack of canoes captured the William Cage Merit Award for Photography.

AMHERST, MASS. Alfredo's Photographic Gallery recently teamed up with Wolcott House Decoration Center of Torrington, Conn. …

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