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Ad Libs: A farewell show

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace, arts & entertainment editor of the Palo Alto Weekly, on Jan 17, 2013

Sorry to hear that South Bay painter Terri Hill is leaving Viewpoints Gallery in Los Altos, where she’s been showing her watercolors for several years. In this uber-cycling-friendly area, she’s known for her cheerful, color-popping bike paintings where gears and spokes are often the stars. We put her “Parked in Palo Alto” on the Weekly’s cover a few years back.

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