Marjorie Guyon sits with some of her artwork in a window facing West Main Street in Lexington’s Triangle Center. Her art, along with dresses from Bella Rose, is part of the “Illuminated City” project by the Downtown Lexington Management District.
Marjorie Guyon sits with some of her artwork in a window facing West Main Street in Lexington’s Triangle Center. Her art, along with dresses from Bella Rose, is part of the “Illuminated City” project by the Downtown Lexington Management District. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Marjorie Guyon sits with some of her artwork in a window facing West Main Street in Lexington’s Triangle Center. Her art, along with dresses from Bella Rose, is part of the “Illuminated City” project by the Downtown Lexington Management District. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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