Diverse work in Queens

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Nancy from the Art and Photography Program at Queens Center for Progress sent over these photos of wonderful work from their artists. The organization has used beads, paper, paint, craft items, and more in their work to promote the independence of individuals with developmental disabilities. I love how eclectic this selection of artwork is, from photographs to hanging sculptures to paintings to frames. The artists are really able to express their talent and creativity in a variety of ways.

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