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She pushed her childhood artistic leanings aside to become a counselor, but Serena Barton’s artistic instincts re-emerged in middle age. After a trip to Italy, she committed to painting, and now creates works, including portraits of mothers and children, that often echo the style of Italian Rennaisance painting.

First Broadcast: 2001
Producer: KC Cowan

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Serena Barton; NW Film Center/Bill Foster; Day of the Dead (307)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #307
Original Broadcast: November 1, 2001