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story.lead_photo.caption The bluffs along Cave Creek in Newton County were home to Arkansas' indigenous peoples thousands of years before art conservator Wendel Norton's own great-great-grandfather settled at Bass after the Civil War. Norton enjoys balmy weather Jan. 28, 2013. - Photo by Celia Storey

If all you knew of Wendel Norton was what you saw of him at the Arkansas Arts Center last month, you’d consider him tall, serious, perspicacious. Here was a scientific art expert comfortably advising museum staff art experts and not intimidated by the Jeanette Edris Rockefeller Gallery’s deliberately tenebrous lighting.

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High Profile, Pages 37 on 02/24/2013

Print Headline: Ferris Wendel Norton

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