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Plains Art Museum presents Spring Gala

Published 04/25/2010, INFORUM

It’s a short journey from being ordinary to being extraordinary, but how does one get there, and how do you know you’ve arrived?
"The seeds of this exhibit started in my childhood,” Colleen Sheehy told a crowd gathered in the main floor gallery of the Plains Art Museum. She explained that she grew up in a Catholic house, surrounded by religious imagery, but the seed reference is a joke of sorts, as Sheehy, director and CEO of the Plains, stands in front of a picture of Jesus Christ composed of small brome grass, grits, wild rice and poppy seeds.

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