Bruce Mitchell’s “Red State/Blue State,” a painting of the deteriorating cornice of a weather-beaten building, with a bit of blue in the predominantly red area and vice versa, both having been left to the elements. The artist says that if this house will ever get fixed it will need a lot of scraping and serious carpentry.
Bruce Mitchell’s “Red State/Blue State,” a painting of the deteriorating cornice of a weather-beaten building, with a bit of blue in the predominantly red area and vice versa, both having been left to the elements. The artist says that if this house will ever get fixed it will need a lot of scraping and serious carpentry. Submitted photo
Bruce Mitchell’s “Red State/Blue State,” a painting of the deteriorating cornice of a weather-beaten building, with a bit of blue in the predominantly red area and vice versa, both having been left to the elements. The artist says that if this house will ever get fixed it will need a lot of scraping and serious carpentry. Submitted photo

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