Kim Iglesia’s ‘Jack Skellington/Chesire Cat Hybrid’ fine-art pumpkin is on display as part of the ‘Ghoulish Gourds’ exhibit held in MGCCC’S Jefferson Davis Campus Library throughout the month of October.
Kim Iglesia’s ‘Jack Skellington/Chesire Cat Hybrid’ fine-art pumpkin is on display as part of the ‘Ghoulish Gourds’ exhibit held in MGCCC’S Jefferson Davis Campus Library throughout the month of October. Cecily Cummings Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
Kim Iglesia’s ‘Jack Skellington/Chesire Cat Hybrid’ fine-art pumpkin is on display as part of the ‘Ghoulish Gourds’ exhibit held in MGCCC’S Jefferson Davis Campus Library throughout the month of October. Cecily Cummings Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

‘Ghoulish Gourds’ an art show of hand-painted pumpkins at MGCCCC in Gulfport

October 09, 2016 12:00 AM

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