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    A new look: SEPTA to unveil September art at Phila. subway station

    Commuting can sometimes be a hectic process, but in September, some art from a local Rutgers-Camden artist may have you feeling a little less rushed this fall.

    According to the Gloucester County Times, travelers using the Broad Street Line Spring Garden stop will notice different colors, layers and designs right on the floor.

    The designs are borrowed from Van Gogh and Philadelphia artist Margery Amdur, who created 4,000 square feet of flooring for the station.

    The art exhibit is all part of the SEPTA Art in Transit program.  You can find the art at the Broad Street Line stop beginning September 9.

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