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Skagit artists bring a touch of vibrancy to Pop-Up in downtown Mount Vernon

Small business incubator showcases work by Kristin Loffer Theiss and Chris Theiss

Artist Chris Theiss leans on the railing of the second floor of the KLT:works Pop-Up shop on Thursday, May 9 in Mount Vernon. Theiss joins every assignment he gives to his students at Skagit Valley College and made the cardboard head, named "Bob," for the 3D art class. (Eli Voorhies/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jessica Gigot CDN Contributor
On a Sunday afternoon I made my way to Mount Vernon Downtown Association’s small business incubato
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