Local artist featured at HCC exhibit
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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Pictured above and below are pieces from Sean Wallace’s exhibit, titled “Windows of Opportunity,” which was on display last month at Hopkinsville Community College. Wallace himself is pictured at bottom.</i>
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Pictured above and below are pieces from Sean Wallace’s exhibit, titled “Windows of Opportunity,” which was on display last month at Hopkinsville Community College. Wallace himself is pictured at bottom.

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A reception last week at Hopkinsville Community College marked the end of an exhibit there for a Cadiz-based artist who specializes in barbed wire and recycled Windows.

Jamaican artist Sean (pronounced SEE-on) Wallace’s exhibit – titled “Windows of Opportunity” – was on display at the Auditorium Gallery at HCC through Jan. 31. More of his work can be found at the Fox’s Den on Main Street in Cadiz, which he and his wife Elizabeth Wallace run.

At the Thursday night reception, Wallace thanked everyone for their help, whether it’s people giving him barbed wire or old picture frames or other types of help. He called them his “barbed wire family.”

“It’s really come a long way with everybody’s help, not just a few people’s help … God has really opened the windows of Heaven and blessed me with something that I’ve been looking for for a really long time,” said Wallace. “I really appreciate you guys. I love you all.”

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