Portrait of Triangle Art Works founder and director Beth Yerxa (cq) standing in the SPECTRE Arts gallery on Morning Glory Ave., in Durham, NC Tuesday, July 9, 2013. Yerxa, 54, lives in Raleigh but oversees her three year old non-profit that promotes art and music in the triangle by providing resources for new art venues, such as SPECTRE Arts and its owner Alicia Lange, lower left. SPECTRE Arts opened its gallery and stage in downtown east Durham in May 2013. The photos on the gallery walls are part of photographer and US veteran Alexander Sutton's show 'Farmer Veteran.'
Portrait of Triangle Art Works founder and director Beth Yerxa (cq) standing in the SPECTRE Arts gallery on Morning Glory Ave., in Durham, NC Tuesday, July 9, 2013. Yerxa, 54, lives in Raleigh but oversees her three year old non-profit that promotes art and music in the triangle by providing resources for new art venues, such as SPECTRE Arts and its owner Alicia Lange, lower left. SPECTRE Arts opened its gallery and stage in downtown east Durham in May 2013. The photos on the gallery walls are part of photographer and US veteran Alexander Sutton's show 'Farmer Veteran.' hlynch@newsobserver.com
Portrait of Triangle Art Works founder and director Beth Yerxa (cq) standing in the SPECTRE Arts gallery on Morning Glory Ave., in Durham, NC Tuesday, July 9, 2013. Yerxa, 54, lives in Raleigh but oversees her three year old non-profit that promotes art and music in the triangle by providing resources for new art venues, such as SPECTRE Arts and its owner Alicia Lange, lower left. SPECTRE Arts opened its gallery and stage in downtown east Durham in May 2013. The photos on the gallery walls are part of photographer and US veteran Alexander Sutton's show 'Farmer Veteran.' hlynch@newsobserver.com

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