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Are those model buildings or a painting? For artist Amy Bennett, the answer is both

Amy Bennett makes paintings that call little attention to the elaborate process of their creation, but what may seem like conventional landscapes come with a back story that gives us far more to absorb and ponder than what's visible on the wall. For "Small Changes Every Day," her recent series...
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