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In Skagit Valley, see mystic artists past and present

Works by Guy Anderson, Maggie Wilder on display through April

“Two Stones Singing” is one of the works by Maggie Wilder that uses oil paints.
“Two Stones Singing” is one of the works by Maggie Wilder currently on display at Perry and Carlson Gallery in Mount Vernon. In the exhibit, “Be-Holding and Being Held,” Wilder carries on the Northwest “mystic” tradition with her dreamlike oil-on-canvas creature portraits and images of seascapes in heavy weather. (Photo by Stephen Hunter)
By Stephen Hunter CDN Contributor
If a female artist is a flowering shrub, perhaps a male artist is a tree whose timber remains a sour
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