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Pam Evenson stands with some of her acrylic paintings in her Spokane Valley basement Tuesday. She is a Narragansett-Seneca Indian and mixes animals and faces in her paintings. She signs her paintings with her Indian name, Lil Raindrop.
March 2, 2013 in Washington Voices on Page V4
It took Pam Evenson more than 50 years to realize the gift that was given to her at birth. “Painting is a gift to me entrusted by my ancestors,” she …
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