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Women Painters of Washington are making history

Bellingham artists part of 46 represented in ’Fresh Perspectives’ exhibit

Colleen Hoffenbacker, left, Joy Olney and Mary Jo Maute smile for the camera with their arms wrapped around each other.
Colleen Hoffenbacker, left, Joy Olney and Mary Jo Maute on Aug. 22 at the "Fresh Perspectives" exhibit. In addition to the Bellingham-based artists who are members of the Women Painters of Washington, the exhibition features professional-level painters from throughout the state. (Photo courtesy of Sophia Nunn)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
When the Women Painters of Washington (WPW) formed in 1930, its six founding members struggled to be

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