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Colleagues host art gallery at the Harlan Center

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

An array of artwork by Brandon Pennington and Devan Collins was on display at the Harlan Center on Thursday night, allowing a number of visitors to explore their personal expressions from 6-8 p.m. The gallery was accompanied by refreshments and light snacks, including cookies made by yoga instructor Amanda Wolfe. Each cookie portrayed one of the artists’ paintings to go along with the art show. Pennington and Collins welcomed an estimated 65 guests to their venue, walking alongside them to explain their creations.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

An array of artwork by Brandon Pennington and Devan Collins was on display at the Harlan Center on Thursday night, allowing a number of visitors to explore their personal expressions from 6-8 p.m. The gallery was accompanied by refreshments and light snacks, including cookies made by yoga instructor Amanda Wolfe. Each cookie portrayed one of the artists’ paintings to go along with the art show. Pennington and Collins welcomed an estimated 65 guests to their venue, walking alongside them to explain their creations.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

An array of artwork by Brandon Pennington and Devan Collins was on display at the Harlan Center on Thursday night, allowing a number of visitors to explore their personal expressions from 6-8 p.m. The gallery was accompanied by refreshments and light snacks, including cookies made by yoga instructor Amanda Wolfe. Each cookie portrayed one of the artists’ paintings to go along with the art show. Pennington and Collins welcomed an estimated 65 guests to their venue, walking alongside them to explain their creations.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

An array of artwork by Brandon Pennington and Devan Collins was on display at the Harlan Center on Thursday night, allowing a number of visitors to explore their personal expressions from 6-8 p.m. The gallery was accompanied by refreshments and light snacks, including cookies made by yoga instructor Amanda Wolfe. Each cookie portrayed one of the artists’ paintings to go along with the art show. Pennington and Collins welcomed an estimated 65 guests to their venue, walking alongside them to explain their creations.

By Emily Perkins

emily.perkins@harlandaily.com