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JanyRae Seda

“EVERY TIME I Idaho artist JanyRae Seda from her home studio. With two canvases propped up on a huge wooden easel in front of her, she wields a palette knife, layering in texture to her most recent oil. A Meyer’s parrot named Fynn perches on her shoulder, and an 11-year-old golden retriever named Mollie relaxes among floor-to-ceiling paintings.

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