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Spotlight: Native Art Contest Winner Jacob Maurice Johns
By Helen Oliff | Published: May 21, 2019
Winner of PWNA’s 2019 Native Art Contest, Jacob Maurice Johns offers personalized portraits at Studio One Eleven in Spokane. See more of his work on Facebook @studio1eleven111.
Posted in Older Archives_Humanitarian | Also tagged Hopi, art, Gila River, Washington, contest, winner, social, activism, Spokane, passion | 1 Comment
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