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    Dubois paintings Skowhegan 0421 - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Artisan Desiree Dubois created three panels displayed in the front windows at River Roads Artisans in Skowhegan Tuesday. The artist has created a fundraiser selling prints of the artwork and is donating part of the proceeds to Partners for World Health.

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    Desiree Dubois stands beside her Nurture the World project that emerged after a discussion with her fellow artisans at the River Roads Artisans Gallery in Skowhegan.

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    The first in the Desiree Dubois Nurture the World series is this painting of a nurse that can be seen at the River Roads Artisans Gallery in Skowhegan. Each of the three images has been reproduced as prints.

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    The first in the Desiree Dubois Nurture the World series is this painting of a nurse that can be seen at the River Roads Artisans Gallery in Skowhegan.

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    The second in the Desiree Dubois Nurture the World series is this painting of the state of Maine and a thank you note to workers that can be seen at the River Roads Artisans Gallery in Skowhegan.

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    The third in the Desiree Dubois Nurture the World series is this painting of hands encircling the globe representing all the people working to keep the world together during the pandemic. It can be seen at the River Roads Artisans Gallery in Skowhegan.

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    Dubois paintings Skowhegan 0421 - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Artisan Desiree Dubois created three panels that are displayed in the street side windows at River Roads Artisans in Skowhegan Tuesday. The panels were made to help people feel hopeful during the pandemic.

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