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Two Hudson artists and neighbors have joined together to bring their talents to other residents, reports the Hudson Hub Times.



Painter and owner of Life Needs Art Karen Koch and jewelry maker and owner of Bellabor Art Jewelry Dana Giel-Ray opened a public studio together in early November in downtown Hudson. The studio that is located on the upper level of My Little Red Wagon is small but spacious for their work.



Their common passion seemed to fit right in as Koch explained, “Hudson already has a rich arts community, which we thought would welcome another addition to the scene.”



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