Picture perfectPublished 9:20pm Thursday, February 20, 2014
Pinckard Vault and Marble Works sent its A-Team to install the new gallery plaques at the Johnson Center for the Arts. The plaques were made from marble original to the former Troy Post Office that was built in 1910. The A-Team cut and polished the marble that was used for the new gallery plaques donated by Tom Brantley of Dothan. The stonecutters for the A-Team are Jesse Robinson, left, and James Mathews. The plaques will be dedicated at the reception for the Jamie Grimes “Wash” exhibition from 5 until 8 p.m. Thursday. The reception will feature a light and sound show to showcase the exhibition.