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Review these artworks before the videoconference. Click on the artwork title and follow the links to information about the artist and the artwork.

detail from Irving R. Wiles' “John Gellatly” an artwork used in the Brownie “Try-It, Hobbies” program

John Gellatly by Irving R. Wiles

detail from Renée Stout's “The Colonel's Cabinet” an artwork used in the Brownie “Try-It, Hobbies” program

The Colonel's Cabinet by Renée Stout

detail from Larry Fuente's “Game Fish” an artwork used in the Brownie “Try-It, Hobbies” program

Game Fish by Larry Fuente

detail from Joseph Cornell's “Jouet Surrealiste” an artwork used in the Brownie “Try-It, Hobbies” program

Jouet Surrealiste by Joseph Cornell

detail from  “Eye” by an unidentified artist - an artwork used in the Brownie “Try-It, Hobbies” program

Eye by Unidentified

detail from James Hampton's “The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nation's Millennium General Assembly” an artwork used in the Brownie “Try-It, Hobbies” program

The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations' Millennium General Assembly by James Hampton

detail from “Bottlecap Giraffe” by an unidentified artist - an artwork used in the Brownie “Try-It, Hobbies” program

Bottlecap Giraffe by Unidentified

detail from Howard Finster's “THE HERBERT WADE HEMPHILL J.R. COLLECTION FOUNDER OF AMERICAN FOLK ART THE MAN WHO PRESERVES THE LONE AND FORGOTTEN, THE UNKNOWN COLLECTION” an artwork used in the Brownie “Try-It, Hobbies” program

THE HERBERT WADE HEMPHILL J.R. COLLECTION FOUNDER OF AMERICAN FOLK ART THE MAN WHO PRESERVES THE LONE AND FORGOTTEN. THE UNKNOWN COLLECTION. by Howard Finster