In an age as frantic and distracted as our own, we’re lucky to have artists who stop time and force us to look beyond our smartphones and computer screens. Artists have an ability to pay attention to the small things in life, the obsolete and the overlooked.
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“The Hudgens Prize Finalists Exhibit”
Through Sept. 7. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays. $5; $3 for seniors 62 and over, students and children; free for children 2 and under. The Hudgens Center for the Arts, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Building 300, Duluth. 770-623-6002, www.thehudgens.org.
Bottom line: Plenty of inspiring and occasionally underdeveloped work in a show of Georgia artists competing for the $50,000 Hudgens Prize.