LANSING, Mich. (AP) — An exhibit of works by a Livonia artist is set to open at the Michigan Women's Historical Center and Hall of Fame.
It's called "Kateland" and features the work of Kate Paul. She's a fine arts painter who was trained as a scenic theater painter. For more than 20 years, Paul has owned an art business commissioned to paint murals for the design industry.
"Kateland" is to be displayed at the Michigan Women's Historical Center's Belen Gallery in Lansing.
The exhibit opens Sunday and will run through Jan. 25.
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