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Healing Arts display creates smiles with smiles

Though she paints a variety of subjects, artist Shanda Kessler loves capturing children’s faces, and her Healing Arts exhibit confirms it.

A graduate of Augusta University’s art program, Kessler’s images are meant to put a smile on your face, and they do.

The Healing Arts program, an offering of the Office of Volunteer Services and Engagement, brings the work of local artists to the gallery located on the second floor of the medical center on the way to the Children’s Hospital.

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