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Arnold Jacobs, owner of Two Turtle fine art gallery at Six Nations, stands in front of a mural he painted for shut-ins.

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Caption: Arnold Jacobs, owner of Two Turtle fine art gallery at Six Nations, stands in front of a mural he painted for shut-ins.

The mural was commissioned by the Jay Silverheels Lifelong Care Centre in Ohsweken, and it took Jacobs eight weeks to complete. It now hangs in the common room of the residence for all to enjoy. Arnold painted the soothing picture so the residents could enjoy beautiful outdoor scenery all year round, as they rarely get outdoors.
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Publication:Ontario Birchbark
Date:Mar 1, 2003
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