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Oak Hill Residents Are Turning Hallways Into An Art Gallery

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Tom Shaver, Dorothy Merchant, Anne Hunt, Margaret Price and Betty Berg are just a few of the featured artists whose work hangs in the gallery hall at Oak Hill.   									  - photos by Bethany Prange
Tom Shaver, Dorothy Merchant, Anne Hunt, Margaret Price and Betty Berg are just a few of the featured artists whose work hangs in the gallery hall at Oak Hill. - photos by Bethany Prange

When Dorothy Merchant, 94, looks at her vibrant painting of the girl standing by the sea, she imagines herself standing there, waiting for her husband to return from war. Then there’s another painting, this one in a desert scene; she likes to daydream she’s there too. That’s the beautiful thing about art – it can …

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