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Loudin’s art at Lt. Gov.’s office

Anyone who might happen to visit the Lieutenant Governor’s office in Olympia in the next three months will be surprised to see some familiar art on the walls. Local artist Frank Loudin has been invited by the Lieutenant Governor’s Art Council to show a sampling of his watercolors in the reception room for the months of January through March.

Loudin has selected 16 images that represent his fondness for Orcas Island, scenes that many would recognize as part of the island’s surroundings.

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