Durango Olympian bridges gap between art and sport

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Durango Olympian bridges gap between art and sport

Lanny Barnes went to Winter Games with new goal
This year’s Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, featured an artist-in-residence program that encouraged athletes to create artwork.
Retired competitive biathlete Lanny Barnes was chosen to participate in the Olympics artist-in-residence program this winter in South Korea.
The Olympics artist-in-residence program aimed to bring athletes together through the creation of art.

Durango Olympian bridges gap between art and sport

This year’s Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, featured an artist-in-residence program that encouraged athletes to create artwork.
Retired competitive biathlete Lanny Barnes was chosen to participate in the Olympics artist-in-residence program this winter in South Korea.
The Olympics artist-in-residence program aimed to bring athletes together through the creation of art.
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