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Kelley Quinn

Michael Thompson

On Monday night, I walked my dog along one of our normal routes. It was unseasonably warm and windy. The sunset was the autumnal colors of changing maple leaves. It had been a long day—a day where, from the moment my alarm went off, I felt I should get an award for just getting out of bed and putting on pants.

Rich Egger

Project Insight student Raetta Parker of Rushville said she learned something new from working with Macomb-based artist Kelley Quinn.

“No matter how difficult it looks, if you stick with it anything is possible,” Parker said.