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  • Artist looks for inspiration in Florida environment

    Bill Perry is one of 20 artists who will be taking part in the spring art show March 18 organized by the Creative Arts Association of Lakewood Ranch. Admission is free.

Bill Perry is one of 20 artists who will be taking part in the spring art show March 18 organized by the Creative Arts Association of Lakewood Ranch. Admission is free. James A. Jones Jr. Bradenton Herald
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For inspiration, he just looks at natural Florida

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