Portraits of people who fled oppression exhibited in Edmonds

Sales of the artist’s work will benefit both the refugees and the nonprofit that assists them.

“Adawiya from Central African Republic” is part of the exhibit “Facing the New US — Portraits of Refugees and Immigrants.”

“Adawiya from Central African Republic” is part of the exhibit “Facing the New US — Portraits of Refugees and Immigrants.”

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