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She couldn't feel it seep into her fingers, the stuff at a microscopic level falling through her pores and into her blood, but Audrey Gray knew that it was there, and that it was toxic. So, forsaking acrylic and latex paints and substances with long names and complex chemical bases, she reverted to the natural, for earth, sand and dirt.

  • Audrey Gray's work brings an earthy flavor to the newly opened Soirée.

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