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Helping wildlife
Rating: 2.44 / 5 (16 votes)  
Posted: 2013 Mar 29 - 07:00

Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer

Local nature artist Pamela Hoke of Stuart partnered up with the Treasure Coast Wildlife Center to paint animals in the center, selling the paintings with half the proceeds to benefit the center. Pamela works on One Feather The Great Horned Owl at the 26th Annual ArtsFest at Memorial Park in downtown Stuart on Sunday, March 24. Martin County's 26th annual ArtsFest filled Memorial Park and East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on March 23-24. The celebration of the arts featured 150 juried artists from around the country along with live entertainment and lots of family fun.




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