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Out of ashes, art


A few weeks after fire, water and smoke destroyed his Elmer City home and studio, artist Ric Gendron signs books at the opening of his new showing at the Moses Lake Civic Center Friday night. "Rattlebone" was written by longtime patron Ben Mitchell. The two of them talked about Gendron's work and career in a presentation in the center's auditorium. The Moses Lake showing had already been planned before the fire. Gendron said he only lost a few of his more recent paintings, but most of his work suffered only smoke damage and was restorable. Friends have set up a GoFundMe account to raise mon...

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