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Councilman reveals his artistic side

Original post made on Feb 3, 2009

Local residents will recognize many of the locales depicted in a set of paintings hanging in the Little House Activity Center in Menlo Park: landscapes of the Sierra Nevada, Bayfront Park, the foothills above Stanford.

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Posted by Hank Lawrence, a resident of Menlo Park: Sharon Heights
on Feb 3, 2009 at 8:21 pm

Andy Cohen has done a pretty good job of painting Menlo Park into a financial corner. Andy is a good painter. After all he started out as the Picasso of local government and in a mere 4 years he graduated to being the Jackson Pollock of local Government.


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