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  • Art in the applegate

    applegate artists create a home gallery
  • Artists Lilli Ann and Marvin Rosenberg have been recycling for more than 50 years — incorporating found objects into murals and sculptures for public buildings.
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    • where to see the rosenbergs' art
      In 1978 Lilli Ann Rosenberg created her largest piece, a 10-foot-high-by-110-foot-long mural in the Hub in downtown Boston celebrating the anniversary of Boston's subway, the first in the United St...
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      where to see the rosenbergs' art
      In 1978 Lilli Ann Rosenberg created her largest piece, a 10-foot-high-by-110-foot-long mural in the Hub in downtown Boston celebrating the anniversary of Boston's subway, the first in the United States.

      In the Rogue Valley, their work can be seen in the three health clinics formerly known as La Clinica, in front of the Southern Oregon State Police offices in Central Point, at the Ruch Library and a walkway between Ruch Library and Ruch School.
  • Artists Lilli Ann and Marvin Rosenberg have been recycling for more than 50 years — incorporating found objects into murals and sculptures for public buildings.
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