Bob Androvich holds a sign he used to place in front of his Land Park home for his art shows. After the city told him he couldn’t sell his art from his home without a permit, Androvich took a two-month break from the shows. He plans to return this week, showcasing the work of six local artists.
Bob Androvich holds a sign he used to place in front of his Land Park home for his art shows. After the city told him he couldn’t sell his art from his home without a permit, Androvich took a two-month break from the shows. He plans to return this week, showcasing the work of six local artists. Ryan Lillis rlillis@sacbee.com
Bob Androvich holds a sign he used to place in front of his Land Park home for his art shows. After the city told him he couldn’t sell his art from his home without a permit, Androvich took a two-month break from the shows. He plans to return this week, showcasing the work of six local artists. Ryan Lillis rlillis@sacbee.com
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Land Park art show makes a comeback

September 04, 2016 02:36 PM

UPDATED September 04, 2016 03:23 PM

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