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Artist collects gloves for art project

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WILMINGTON -- When things come in pairs, usually one is useless without the other. A local artist says that's not the case for lost gloves. Dixon Stetler is collecting found gloves for an art project that will be displayed at the Cameron Art Museum in the spring. She has 26 drop-off sites throughout Wilmington and is accepting any and all gloves that people find lying around. Stetler guesses she'll need about 1,000 gloves for the final project and has about 150 so far. Stetler said, "The thing about gloves, there's something universal about gloves. It's like the lost sock in the dryer. Everybody has an experience with losing a glove and once you lose a glove, the other one is redundant, you can't do anything with it. What's the point of protecting one hand? So you throw it away and buy more gloves and so this is my response to that." Found Glove Project has 24 drop-off sites: Cameron Art Museum 3201 South 17th Street Tidal Creek Cooperative Food Market 5329 Oleander Drive Bottega Art and Wine 208 North Front Street Daughtrey’s Old Books 22 North Front Street Jengo’s Playhouse 815 Princess Street Wabi Sabi Warehouse 19 North 9th The Dance Cooperative 118 South 17th Acme Art Inc. 711 North 5th Make Art 6005 Oleander Drive The Village at Greenfield Family Resource Center 1400 South 11th Street Dreams of Wilmington 515 Ann Street Era Furniture and Art Gallery 523 South 3rd 4th Street Herbs and Grocery 1125 North 4th Street Soapbox Laundro-Lounge 255 North Front WHQR 254 North Front Folk’s Café 1201 Princess Street Flaming Amy’s 4002 Oleander Dillon’s Grocery 214 Southern Blvd Lady of America 5226 S. College Stevens Hardware 1831 Dawson Harley davidson Carolina Coast 6620 Market The Juggling Gypsy Café 1612 Castle Street Cape Fear Wine and Beer 106 North Water Street School of Learning Art 216 Pine Grove For more information on the Found Glove Project, Contact Dixon Stetler 520-4546 dixonstetler@gmail.com

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