His Work Lives On

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Jim and Sharron Aurand (photo by Judy Hagerott)
Jim and Sharron Aurand (photo by Judy Hagerott)

An artist's reception was held Tuesday night at the Sheridan Fulmer Library displaying the work of Lindell Aurand. Aurand, was born with hemophilia and in 1984 was involved in a major car accident which left him wheelchair bound. His art became the center of his life.

His first artist reception was held at the library last September, but in February, Aurand passed away. His parents Sharron and Jim Aurand hosted the reception. Sharron Aurand...

Most of Lindell's care came out of Colorado and Sharron explains what the proceeds will be used for.

It hasn't been easy losing their son, but the Aurands want to give back. Most of Lindell's work is in pen and pencil, but there are some paintings and photography, plus some lathe work for sale. But there are just some pieces the Aurands cannot part with.

Lindell Aurand's artwork will be on display through the month of September in the Inner Circle of the library.

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