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From city hall to art sale: ‘Old Heads’ shows rail detail | Photo

Local artist Kristin Tetuán showcases “Old Heads”,  a collection of five dye-sublimated aluminum prints depicting details of old trains, viewable at Snoqualmie City Hall through Thursday, Sept. 27. - Courtesy photo
Local artist Kristin Tetuán showcases “Old Heads”, a collection of five dye-sublimated aluminum prints depicting details of old trains, viewable at Snoqualmie City Hall through Thursday, Sept. 27.
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Kristin Tetuán, a Valley photographer, showcases “Old Heads”,  a collection of five dye-sublimated aluminum prints depicting various details of old trains, viewable at Snoqualmie City Hall through Thursday, Sept. 27.

Her work was purchased by MeteorComm, a railroad telecomm/logistics company based in Renton, after a photo of the showing was posted to Facebook. She is the Snoqualmie Arts Commission’s first artist to sell a piece thanks to a display at City Hall.

“Behold the power of social media,” says Tetuan. “I can’t speak highly enough about Lanice Gillard, who volunteers her time tirelessly for the purpose of cultivating the arts community in the Valley and to the entire Arts Commission for their thousands of hours of work in supporting local artists. And I thank MeteorComm for their business!”

Learn more about Tetuán’s art at facebook.com/photographybykristintetuan.

 

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