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APSU student, animal lover presents “Best in Show”

Someone once wrote, Until one has loved an animal, part of ones soul remains unawakened.

That someone wasnt APSU student Nichole Lombardo, but it might as well have been. Lombardos senior show was designed as a tribute not only to the dogs she has known and loved but our long shared history with dogs.

Lombardo presents Best of Show, an exhibit of photographs and drawings of 15 dogs, March 28-31, in the Trahern Student Gallery, room 108.
The opening reception is scheduled for 7-9 p.m., Monday, March 28.
Someone once wrote, “Until one has loved an animal, part of one's soul remains unawakened.”

That someone wasn't APSU student Nichole Lombardo, but it might as well have been. Lombardo's senior show was designed as a tribute not only to the dogs she has known and loved but “our long shared history with dogs.”

Lombardo presents “Best of Show,” an exhibit of photographs and drawings of 15 dogs, March 28-31, in the Trahern Student Gallery, room 108.
The opening reception is scheduled for 7-9 p.m., Monday, March 28.

A true dog lover, Lombardo shot 10 rolls of film to get the right “glimpses into the dogs' personalities.”

The majority of the show's pieces are matted, framed and for sale. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Humane Society.

Lombardo, the daughter of Frank and Stacy Lombardo of Clarksville, will receive a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design in May. She plans to go back to school in the fall to pursue another degree.

For more information, telephone (931) 221-7333.
—Rebecca Mackey