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Why Michelangelo would have loved Lake Oswego’s Gallery Without Walls

In her book, The Annotated Mona Lisa, Carol Strickland argues that Michelangelo did more than anyone to elevate the status of the artist. The famous sculptor would applaud the Arts Council of Lake Oswego’s efforts to do the same. A … Continue reading

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