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Artwork celebrating Jackson’s rich history is available for sale at City Hall

JACKSON, Tenn. – Jackson-Madison County’s year-long bicentennial may have come and gone, but the celebration continues.

This afternoon, the public was invited to stop by City Hall to purchase prints by local artist Lendon Hamilton Noe’s “In this moment: an interpretation of 200 years of Jackson-Madison County history.”

The artwork can be seen in the bicentennial art gallery at the town hall.

More than a dozen pieces from the gallery were hand-selected for reproduction by Noe, and the framed prints were sold to the public.

“My interest, this actually worked out well for me, because this was my interest anyway: what life was like for ordinary people over the past 200 years in Jackson, Tennessee. So I tried, I tried to portray what life was like for every segment of the population, including children, which I got a kick out of,” Noe said.

Noe says the artwork pays tribute to the multi-faceted history of Jackson and Madison County over 200 years of history, culture and community.

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