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Submitted photos From L-R: Connie Robbins at work on a Canada goose painting. Robbins used batik wax and watercolor to create this pileated woodpecker as part of her Beauty Bird series. One of the carousel horses that Robbins restored. by Mary Kernsfor Burns Times-Herald This week’s Artist Behind the Art is Connie Robbins. She currently teaches at Crane Union High School and pursues her art when time allows. “I have been an artist for over 30 years,” Robbins said. “Born and raised in Burns, my artistic influences came from my mother, paternal grandmother, and Burns art instructors Joe Hendry and...
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