Photo by Olivia Gear. These are some of the hats on display in the Hjemkomst Center for an exhibit entitled the "sheARTS Project: Art Hats for Breast CAncer Awareness" done by local artist and Stage IV cancer survivor Claudia Pratt. Photos accompany the exhibit to show the hats being worn.

Local artist promotes cancer talk through hats

In rare times, out of pain and adversity, beauty is created.  Local artist and Stage IV cancer survivor Claudia Pratt is currently in the process of showing off the artwork […]


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