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Local artist featured in gallery in Columbus

July 31, 2013

COLUMBUS — Joe MacGown sees things differently from most people, and starting Thursday, patrons can take a look through MacGown's eyes at his art show at the Rosenzweig.

MacGown works at at Mississippi State University as a research technician and scientific illustrator for the Mississippi Entomological Museum, and his focus on the unseeable parts of entomology influenced his artistic ways.

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