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Washed up

KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO

Artist Megan Barron with objects she’s found washed up on local beaches. For one year, she produced one painting a day of items she picked up while walking on the beach.

Life’s been a beach for Greenport artist Megan Barron but not exactly a
leisurely stroll through sun-toasted sand and tingly surf. Every day
for exactly one year, even in snow and sleety rain, Barron searched
local bay and Sound wrack lines

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