Winner receives flood-surviving art
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Tim Dutra receives the print he won in a fundraiser raffle for artist Ann Coleman, right.
Tim Dutra receives the print he won in a fundraiser raffle for artist Ann Coleman, right.
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WILMINGTON- On November 23, Tim Dutra became the proud owner of the iconic

Ann Coleman print “Wilmington,Vermont: Autumn.” Dutra held the winning raffle ticket

in a fundraising promotion for the Ann Coleman Gallery Rebirth Fund. The prize itself

is actually a flood survivor. It was salvaged out of the muck left behind by Irene on the

floor of the office of Coleman’s husband Joe Specht, across the street from her gallery that was washed away by Irene, along with all its contents. Coleman’s building plans have been approved for rebuilding in Wilmington and her fundraising efforts continue. Herwork can be found locally in Wilmington at Bartleby’s Books on the second floor, Ratu’s Liquor Store, River Valley Market, and at www.AnnColemanGallery.com.
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