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Point Place Artist's Snowflakes

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'Dogs Playing Cards,' by Mary Gaynier.

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Artist Mary Gaynier shows the pattern for a snowflake to students at Ottawa Hills High School.

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'Who Says Nothing Ever Happens In Toledo?' by Mary Gaynier

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Kyleigh Baird, 13, watches as artist Mary Gaynier cuts images from her paper snowflake.

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Kyle Harrison, 13, cuts out a paper snowflake, as directed by artist Mary Gaynier, at Ottawa Hills High School.

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'Serving Man' Mary Gaynier

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Artist Mary Gaynier teaches Xsaria Clark, 16, a student at Ottawa Hills High School, how to make paper snowflakes.

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Nate Morris, 13, right, helps artist Mary Gaynier open a snowflake that she had cutout.

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'There Goes the Neighborhood-Roswell Farms Series,' by Mary Gaynier

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George Estes, 13, holds snowflakes he cut out.

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Artist Mary Gaynier shows students the final version of her snowflake.

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