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July 7, 2018

These monoprints by Jennifer Hilton and pen and ink drawings...

From Arts Depot on Saturday, July 7th, 2018 in Arts & Culture & Photos
These monoprints by Jennifer Hilton and pen and ink drawings by J. C. Dean would make great additions to any decor. Each speak to the 4th of July Holiday - "Let Freedom Ring"! Jennifer's by freedom of line and movement, J. C. 's is more obvious.
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