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Galleries ARTWORKS ON MAIN
165 N. Main St. 704/664-2414, www.artworksonmain.com
HOURS: Tues.-Fri. 11 A.M.-3 P.M. Sat. 9 A.M.-2 P.M. and by appointment Rotating exhibits feature the works of established and emerging artists. The gallery displays contemporary and traditional works with an emphasis on local artists. It’s also one of the favorite stops on the monthly art walks that are held in downtown Mooresville. The gallery offers classes and rents studio space to professional artists.
230 N. Main St. 704/664-0236
HOURS: Mon. 10 A.M.-noon, Tues.-Sat. 10 A.M.-5:30 P.M. and by appointment Husband and wife team Joyce Matthews and Chip Templeton share a passion for travel and art that is evident in their store. The small shop carries unique items from around the world, including limited-edition prints, pottery, and metal wind chimes. The couple also specializes in museum-quality framing to help you preserve artwork from your travels. Brightly colored artwork and bold pink and white walls make Tropical Connections feel, well, tropical.
The main highway between Port-au-Prince and Jacmel Toronto Map was impassable for 10 days following the quake. Communication networks were down. The public telephone system Toronto Map was shut down, and the area’s two major cell phone providers were temporarily affected. Most of the radio stations were knocked off the air. Other municipalities in the affected area also suffered severe damage. In nearby Leogane and Jacmel, for example, up to 90 percent of all buildings collapsed.