Beth Carrington Brown, a resident artist with Waverly Artists Group in Cary, paints the finishing details of a fish. Waverly Artists Group formed as a way to celebrate art in the community.
Beth Carrington Brown, a resident artist with Waverly Artists Group in Cary, paints the finishing details of a fish. Waverly Artists Group formed as a way to celebrate art in the community. twanbaugh@newsobserver.com
Beth Carrington Brown, a resident artist with Waverly Artists Group in Cary, paints the finishing details of a fish. Waverly Artists Group formed as a way to celebrate art in the community. twanbaugh@newsobserver.com

Waverly Artists Group in Cary celebrates community

June 25, 2014 09:35 AM

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