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It has been eight months since the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) changed the country―and the world. Amid the chaos, art became a welcoming respite for many because of its power to unite, inspire, and connect with others even in times of crisis. Hoping to continue bringing joy and hope to many art appreciators

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