Love a vet
UHM’s newest exhibit features 36 paintings, drawings, and prints from a range of artists. Photo provided.

The Upcountry History Museum has announced a new traveling exhibition, “Love a Vet: Honoring Our Military Veterans.” The exhibit opens July 6 and will remain open until Jan. 5, 2020.

It is hosted in partnership with the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation and “52 Reasons to Love a Vet,” a charitable organization.

Exhibit features 36 paintings, drawings, and prints

The exhibit features 36 paintings, drawings, and prints from a range of artists. Upstate artist Tina LeMay will be featured in the exhibit, as well as Rolling Stone art director Gail Anderson, cartoonist Steve Brodner, and illustrator Mike Wimmer.

“Love a Vet” intends to honor and share veterans’ stories.

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