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Two Faces

Artist Volkmer offers two exhibits for the price of one.

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Painter Todd Volkmer says that Mosaics and Martinis comes from his Ritalin-deprived lifestyle. The 15-piece exhibit is divided between geometric shapes and cartoon bar scenes. "It's all about my ADD personality," he laughs. "I just can't stay on one thing for too long. So I stay on two."

On the Tribe's opening day in April, Volkmer stood outside Jacobs Field and painted "Mosaic of Wahoo" in just three hours, as WJW-TV 8 broadcast his progress for its morning show. "It didn't really bother me, because I'm not really intimidated by a challenge," says Volkmer.
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