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Nationally Known Silhouette Artist Clay Rice Returns to the South End

Come to the South End this Friday and walk away with a timeless keepsake for you, your friends, or your family.

Silhouette artistry and storytelling have been in Clay Rice's family for more than 80 years. Clay estimates that in his 32 year career, he has cut over 900,000 silhouettes. Clay’s nationwide following has families flocking to have this talented artist create keepsake silhouettes and sign copies of his award-winning children’s book, The Lonely Shadow.

His work has been featured in Country Living, the Washington Times, The Atlanta Constitution, Cookie Magazine, and has appeared in the CBS series Army Wives. Clay is the recipient of the Moonbeam Children’s Book Award and the IPPY Award for Children’s Book of the Year.

Clay will be at Tadpole, a children's store located at 58 Clarendon St. in the South End, on Friday, Oct. 5 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please pre-register as space is limited.

See here for more information. 

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