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It's been a long, close-to-home winter for a lot of us: so I was lucky, after a meeting, to find a nearby art gallery open and ready to receive guests. While viewing serene watercolors -- one an intriguing image of purple cauliflower -- an oil with an irresistible maroon color palette, and some excellent woodworking, I observed chips, salsa and cheese on the refreshment table, along with cookies and brownies. Since not all salsa is gluten free, I was happy to find the container of Santa Barbara salsa (mango peach) hiding under the tablecloth skirt; and -- what a relief -- the ingredients appeared to be GF (although the container wasn't labelled as such). Satisfying GF snacks always make art more fun!
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It's worth it, if you'll be in Seattle the next two days! (Photo at left is not Picasso, it's licensed by Creative Commons!). The exhibit comes to Seattle from the Musee National Picasso in Paris, there are over 150 items of art!
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Click:Picasso exhibit at Seattle Art Museum through January 17th