On Wednesday, Jan. 19, Jelly Massee held her painting ‘Sugar Bush’ one last time before handing it to the MRC where it will be on permanent display, part of an initiative to showcase art from the Pontiac region. The painting, depicting a man working with his horse on a maple syrup run, is a soft, sepia-toned portrayal of a moment in history. Massee reflects in her painting a . . .
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