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The Forty Fort branch of Citizens Bank is currently hosting an exhibition of artworks by the three Stallard sisters of the Back Mountain. From left, are Caroline, Sarah and Allison Stallard.
The Forty Fort branch of Citizens Bank is currently hosting an exhibition of artworks by the three Stallard sisters of the Back Mountain. From left, are Caroline, Sarah and Allison Stallard.
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The Forty Fort branch of Citizens Bank is currently hosting an exhibition of artworks by the three Stallard sisters of the Back Mountain.


Allison, Sarah and Caroline Stallard followed in their father’s footsteps when they began studying art with Sue Hand of Dallas. Hand refers to the sisters as her “grandstudents.”


Allison, an eighth-grade student, enjoys working in watercolor on paintings of florals and animals. She has won numerous prizes for her works in community art competitions. She is currently exhibiting three of her prize winning artworks from the recent Rossetti exhibition at LCCC.


Sarah, a fifth-grade student, lists acrylic landscapes as her favorite medium and subject. She is exhibiting one acrylic and several watercolors and several colored pencil drawings, mostly of animals.


Caroline, a third-grade student, excels at watercolor animals and still lifes. Her artworks in the display include a graphite cat and dog and several watercolors.


The girls are the daughters of Mark and Kristen Stallard.


The public is invited to view this exhibit of artwork in the lobby of Citizens Bank, Welles Street and Wyoming Avenue during regular banking hours through May 16.


For more information, contact Heather Madeira at 675-5094.


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