Durango artist Kayla Shaggy celebrates a woman who inspired her

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Durango artist Kayla Shaggy celebrates a woman who inspired her

For Women’s History Month, FLC graduate draws her story
Artist Kayla Shaggy has created a comic as an homage to her grandmother Arlene Smart as a way to celebrate Women’s History Month. Click through to read each panel.
Panel 1: Artist Kayla Shaggy has created a comic as an homage to her grandmother Arlene Smart as a way to celebrate Women’s History Month. Click to read the next panel.
Panel 2: Artist Kayla Shaggy has created a comic as an homage to her grandmother Arlene Smart as a way to celebrate Women’s History Month. Click to read the next panel.
Panel 3: Artist Kayla Shaggy has created a comic as an homage to her grandmother Arlene Smart as a way to celebrate Women’s History Month. Click to read the next panel.
Kayla Shaggy
Kayla Shaggy won grand prize in Durango Arts Center’s 41st Annual Juried Exhibit for her drawing “Hell.”

Durango artist Kayla Shaggy celebrates a woman who inspired her

Artist Kayla Shaggy has created a comic as an homage to her grandmother Arlene Smart as a way to celebrate Women’s History Month. Click through to read each panel.
Panel 1: Artist Kayla Shaggy has created a comic as an homage to her grandmother Arlene Smart as a way to celebrate Women’s History Month. Click to read the next panel.
Panel 2: Artist Kayla Shaggy has created a comic as an homage to her grandmother Arlene Smart as a way to celebrate Women’s History Month. Click to read the next panel.
Panel 3: Artist Kayla Shaggy has created a comic as an homage to her grandmother Arlene Smart as a way to celebrate Women’s History Month. Click to read the next panel.
Kayla Shaggy
Kayla Shaggy won grand prize in Durango Arts Center’s 41st Annual Juried Exhibit for her drawing “Hell.”
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