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Visions from Printmaking Caregivers

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Connection and support

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Slowing down with pocket trash

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Summer Exhibitions

Catch my work at these shows this summer

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Seeing people and art again

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Missing the house-show spots

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Taking my favorite piece on the road this summer

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I love you, Dad.

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Falling forward

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