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Buddy Holly Center announces Mavericks, Misfits, & Musicians: The Art of Joe Garnett

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The Buddy Holly Center announces Mavericks, Misfits & Musicians: The Art of Joe Garnett, a new exhibition displayed in the Fine Arts Gallery.

This summer exhibition will feature the diverse work of artist Joe Garnett. Garnett gained popularity designing well-known record album covers and movie posters, and then began painting portraits of famous musicians such as Buddy Holly, Willie Nelson and Janis Joplin.

The exhibition will be on display June 20th to August 10th.

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