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The art of Kate Freeman Clark fills the Gallery    
When Kate Freeman Clark returned to her ancestral home at Walthall Place in Holly Springs, few knew that she had spent 29 years in New York studying and socializing with world-class art masters of the day. She had become an accomplished painter, especially with plein air landscapes, and was recognized with exhibitions at impressive venues in the Northeast. What townspeople found out within months of her death would be hard to fathom – that the spinster they knew as a typical Southern lady had created over 1,200 paintings and drawings, and they were being given to the enjoyment of Holly Springs along with her home and funds to build a "museum of fine and social arts." Thus began the Kate Freeman Clark Art Gallery.