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Vancouver art exhibit all about piecing together the pandemic

Community art exhibit at local teahouse welcomes participation

By Monika Spykerman, Columbian staff writer
Published: June 2, 2022, 6:02am
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Vancouver-based artist Sarah Lynne Hunter stands beneath the community quilt-inspired art exhibit at Dandelion Teahouse. The centerpiece was created by Hunter and surrounding squares will be contributed by community members.
Vancouver-based artist Sarah Lynne Hunter stands beneath the community quilt-inspired art exhibit at Dandelion Teahouse. The centerpiece was created by Hunter and surrounding squares will be contributed by community members. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Tea drinkers at Dandelion Teahouse and Apothecary in downtown Vancouver may notice an unusual art exhibit on the west wall comprising many individual squares. Repeat visitors may notice, as they sip their colorful tea concoctions, that the exhibit changes every time they come back, sprouting more and more squares — paintings, poems, prose, mandalas and fabric art, each created by a different person as a creative response to the past two years of the pandemic.

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