Artists take off the gloves for exhibit



HAND-SOME ART- Carol Henry, owner of Carol Henry Studio in Agoura Hills, inspects the Hand to Hand: Witnessing the War traveling exhibit in its first California showcase.

When the United States went to war in Iraq in March 2003, Georgia artist Cecelia Kane began documenting the conflict by painting news headlines on stuffed white gloves.
By 2006, Kane was ready to quit the paint-a-glove ritual, but artists around the world rallied to maintain the effort until the war e...

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