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Rock becomes art in exhibit

Museum’s call for works about slate attracts submissions from around U.S.

Queensbury artist Chrissey Dittus created this acrylic-on-canvas painting after observing a quarry truck on Route 22.
Queensbury artist Chrissey Dittus created this acrylic-on-canvas painting after observing a quarry truck on Route 22.
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When the folks at the Slate Valley Museum in Granville put a call out to artists across the country, they had no idea what would happen. “Slate is not a common medium for sculptors and certainly not for painters,” says Serena Kovalosky, the museum’s exhibition consultant. “I wanted to see what they were going to do with it.” The Slate Valley, which stretches 24 miles from Granville to Fair Haven, Vermont, is the only place ...

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