Fred Choate’s “Shoshone Falls” is one of the landscapes he will have on hand at this year’s Art & Roses on Sunday, June 4, at Julia Davis Park.
Fred Choate’s “Shoshone Falls” is one of the landscapes he will have on hand at this year’s Art & Roses on Sunday, June 4, at Julia Davis Park. Provided by Fred Choate, the artist
Fred Choate’s “Shoshone Falls” is one of the landscapes he will have on hand at this year’s Art & Roses on Sunday, June 4, at Julia Davis Park. Provided by Fred Choate, the artist
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Art & Roses brings paintings and more to Julia Davis Park to benefit the Rose Garden

June 02, 2017 04:15 PM

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