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9/4/2012 9:36:00 AM
Photographer Jody Miller's work on display at The Gallery of Williams
Don't miss Saturday's Art Walk in downtown Williams
Photographer Jody Millerís work can be found at The Gallery in downtown Williams. Submitted photo
Photographer Jody Millerís work can be found at The Gallery in downtown Williams. Submitted photo
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. - September will be a special time for The Gallery in Williams. In addition to Second Saturday Art Walk on Saturday, The Gallery is pleased to welcome Jody Miller, equine and ranch photographer, as the featured artist for September. Miller takes her place among the finest Arizona photographers to offer striking images of horses, cowboy and cowgirl pictures, and Western photography.

Miller's fine art work has received many honors, including Best of Show: Animals in Art, Prescott Fine Arts Gallery; Honorable Mention: The Eclectic Corporate Art Show, Prescott Fine Arts Gallery; and recipient of "The Phippen Award" at Emerging Photographic Talents of the West Show, The Phippen Museum.

A reception to welcome Miller will be held at Williams Second Saturday Art Walk on Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. Come meet Miller and take a look at her incredible work.

Complimentary refreshments and wine will be served at The Gallery, and smooth-Jazz songstress Kerry-Lynn Moede will entertain. The art scene in Williams is really coming alive, with new additions to the monthly Art Walk.

The Gallery in Williams is located at 309 W. Route 66 in downtown Williams. Call (928) 635-3006 for more information.


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