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    Photo by Aimsel Pointi Live fromt he Hive by Lady Lamb will be featured in the book “From Home in Bunny Slippers: Creations from a Community in the Weirdest Year Ever,” published by The Chocolate Church Arts Center.

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    Renewal by Siri Beckman is an oil painting which is part of a collection of artwork featured in the book “From Home in Bunny Slippers: Creations from a Community in the Weirdest Year Ever.”

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    “From Home in Bunny Slippers: Creations from a Community in the Weirdest Year Ever” featured Heroes, a pastel by Diane Racine.

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    COVID-19 by David Matson is a sculpture featured in the book “From Home in Bunny Slippers: Creations from a Community in the Weirdest Year Ever,” published by The Chocolate Church Arts Center.

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    Amelia by Johnny Ater is bucket art featured in the book “From Home in Bunny Slippers: Creations from a Community in the Weirdest Year Ever,” published by The Chocolate Church Arts Center.

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    Artwork from the book “From Home in Bunny Slippers: Creations from a Community in the Weirdest Year Ever,” published by The Chocolate Church Arts Center, will feature a plaster and acrylic by Robin Swennes, Ransom.

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    “From Home in Bunny Slippers: Creations from a Community in the Weirdest Year Ever,” published by The Chocolate Church Arts Center, will feature Close to Home, mixed media art by Renuka O'Connell.

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    A sculpture by Wren Pearson Davis, Black Lives Matter Black Arts Matter is part of the collection in the book “From Home in Bunny Slippers: Creations from a Community in the Weirdest Year Ever.”

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