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How I was Creatively Inspired by a Beaten up Old Shop Window Model.

Once upon a time an old shop window mannequin languished in a dusty junk shop — a true story.

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Luckily for her, Lucy, as she became known, was rescued from the dark and dusty junk shop by a mildly deranged woman (moi) who was having an existential crisis because she didn’t know what kind of artist she…

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nareeta martin

nareeta martin

Becoming a Wise Woman, Learner of Things, Grandmother and Other Things, Writer, Painter, Photographer, Traveler, Gardener, Animal Advocate, Kiwi, Not Always PC.

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