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Misham, 19th day of Reapember, 432 AC
Fourth Watch rising 15
The Palanthas Herald

Talented Stonemason Showcases Art In Central Plaza

by Heine Stick, Staff Writer
Last Updated: Palast, Deepkolt 6, 419 AC

Palanthas – Yesterday, the announcement of a new art exhibition was made by Anatora Ferozi, spokesperson for the Society of Arts and Artists. According to Ferozi the exhibition will showcase the works of a very exciting new stonemason.

"We are extremely proud to be able to present this very talented artist to the fine citizens of Palanthas," said Ferozi, "and we are certain that anyone coming to see the pieces of art on display will be stunned by the god-given talent."

Unfortunately the artist herself will not make an appearance during the exhibition which will be held at the Central Plaza and will be open to the public throughout this week.

"Reuzhanne Gijjozh has requested that she not be asked to attend the exhibition claiming to feel great discomfort when in a large crowd. Of course we respect her decision and will not press the matter," said Ferozi.

"I've already had a sneak peek at the pieces which will be on display and I can honestly say that I've never seen anything as hauntingly beautiful as what I was kindly allowed to see while visiting Reuzhanne Gijjozh yesterday. A spokesperson told me that Reuzhanne Gijjozh's main inspiration was the experiences she had during the Chaos War and the more recent War of Souls and her pieces really emphasize the horror and sadness of those wars. The amount of detail is amazing and the look of horror on the face of a Knight of Takhisis or the frightened eyes of a little child made my skin crawl. She's that good. It was as if the stone statues were living people," said Ferozi.

There will not be an entry fee and everyone is welcome to attend the exhibition. A contingent of City Guard patrolmen will be present during the exhibition to maintain order and prevent any would-be wrongdoers to cause trouble.