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    Visual Arts in Valdosta

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    Business Listing   Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts - Valdosta, GA - Phone: (229) 247-2787

    Business Listing   Arteffects Gallery & Framing - Valdosta, GA - Phone: (229) 219-0007

    Business Listing   Framing Workshop - Valdosta, GA - Phone: (229) 244-1143

    Business Listing   Gallery 124 - Valdosta, GA - Phone: (229) 241-0064

    Business Listing   Graham Enterprises - Valdosta, GA - Phone: (229) 559-8509

    Business Listing   Home of 10000 Picture Frames GIS Art & HME Accssrs - Valdosta, GA - Phone: (229) 244-9651

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    Helpful Definition for: Visual Arts

    Visual arts in Valdosta are art forms that create works which are primarily visual in nature, such as ceramics, painting, drawing, sculpture, design, crafts, and modern visual arts like photography, video, filmmaking and even architecture. Also included here are the applied arts such as industrial design, graphic design, fashion design, interior design and decoration. The current usage of the term ‘visual arts’ includes fine art as well as the applied, decorative arts and crafts. Many artistic disciplines like performing arts, textile arts and conceptual art, involve aspects of the visual arts.

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