“Studio Fetsi,” 2015, oil on canvas, is by artist Susan Bennerstrom. She is one of the artists whose works will be featured during the live auction at Whatcom Museum’s Gala Friday, Jan. 19.
“Studio Fetsi,” 2015, oil on canvas, is by artist Susan Bennerstrom. She is one of the artists whose works will be featured during the live auction at Whatcom Museum’s Gala Friday, Jan. 19. Whatcom Museum Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
“Studio Fetsi,” 2015, oil on canvas, is by artist Susan Bennerstrom. She is one of the artists whose works will be featured during the live auction at Whatcom Museum’s Gala Friday, Jan. 19. Whatcom Museum Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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