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Raglands paint to escape COVID-19 restrictions


Last updated 12/23/2020 at 12:28pm

Jack Ragland with painting

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Jack Ragland poses with his "La Raspa" painting of Folklorico dancers at an imaginary hacienda.

RAINBOW – In order to keep their equilibrium and sanity during this trying time, Jack Ragland and his daughter, Natasha Ragland, like to escape in their paintings to create a world of fun and festivity. These paintings were based on photos from the Fallbrook Avocado Festivals a few years ago, of the Citlali and Esperanza Ballet Folklorico dancers set in an imaginary hacienda.

Submitted by Natasha Ragland.

Natasha Ragland with painting

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Natasha Ragland is seen with her "Folklorico Fantasy," painted as an escape to a world of festivity.


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