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Animal art at Arlington Library

From left, back row, Erika Bruss, Monica Yantis, Christina Harvey, and Peg Lahey, and front row, Andrea Miller, Fran Kaufman, Cecelia Patterson display a collection of portraits of animals at the Arlington Library through June 6, when a new display, “Altered States,” will be installed. One of the coordinators of the library exhibit for the Arlington Arts Council, Carey Waterworth said that the “altered states’ them simply means “anything goes.” For information about submitting work for the library exhibit, call Waterworth at 360-631-9242. - Courtesy Jean Olson
From left, back row, Erika Bruss, Monica Yantis, Christina Harvey, and Peg Lahey, and front row, Andrea Miller, Fran Kaufman, Cecelia Patterson display a collection of portraits of animals at the Arlington Library through June 6, when a new display, “Altered States,” will be installed. One of the coordinators of the library exhibit for the Arlington Arts Council, Carey Waterworth said that the “altered states’ them simply means “anything goes.” For information about submitting work for the library exhibit, call Waterworth at 360-631-9242.
— image credit: Courtesy Jean Olson

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