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Naramata artist Janis Blyth with her work, Heart to Heart, which was on display Saturday at Leir House on the opening night of the George and Friends exhibit. Blyth said Heart to Heart is about relationships. - Joe Fries/Western News
Naramata artist Janis Blyth with her work, Heart to Heart, which was on display Saturday at Leir House on the opening night of the George and Friends exhibit. Blyth said Heart to Heart is about relationships.
— image credit: Joe Fries/Western News
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