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Arts Center awards $2,500 prize at exhibit opening

Featured artist Kamran Syed, center, talks to Russ Simmons. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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Featured artist Kamran Syed, center, talks to Russ Simmons. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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  • Chris Damerow and Debbie Brett of Rookery Bay display bear and panther skulls. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Featured artist Kamran Syed, center, talks to Russ Simmons. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Sophia DeBilzan, 9, displays the winning ticket, purchased by Sandy Elliott. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Sophia DeBilzan, 9, hands the winning ticket to Lynn Holley. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Eyes on the prize - Lynn Holley and Ken Stroud prepare to draw the winning entry. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Marcia Rand inspects the photos of Kamran Syed. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Don McDonald stands by his first place-winning photograph. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Jerry Leeman's sculpted eagle 'Highliner' won an award. The Marco Island Center for the Arts on Winterberry Drive opened new exhibits Tuesday evening, and awarded a $2,500 raffle prize. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

The May “second Tuesday” opening of a new show at the Marco Island Center for the Arts took a walk on the wild and exotic side, but the patrons’ focus was more on the mundane and financial.

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