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An impromptu art show in Bristol

JULIE, ROWEN, SILAS and Levi Clark decorated their kitchen stools with artwork. Photo by Tom Pollak

BRISTOL — Last Saturday Bristol resident Ali Gibson organized “Art on Display Day” as “a fun way to share some smiles with neighbors.” Around town, porches and front yards became impromptu galleries, displaying homemade and other art, quilts, signs and other items. Then townspeople took to the streets and sidewalks to view them — from a COVID-appropriate distance, of course. 

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