An artist yearning to help people connect during the pandemic has created a miniature art gallery that invites visitors to keep the art. Stacy Milrany of Seattle put up the mini gallery, which she calls the Free Little Art Gallery, in front of her house. “During this pandemic, everybody has been trying to find ways to bring more light to each other, to bring some hope, to create more fun, especially through creative ways to connect with each other when we’ve been physically cut off. It’s a nice little surprise for people, but it’s also a joy for me to see creativity in front of my house,” Milrany said. Other artists have left works, and Milrany says more than 100 paintings have moved through the miniature gallery since December.

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