Denise Brown painted on her porch on Chestnut Street as she talked to Jackie Robinson, left, of Lexington about doing a commissioned work from a photo he had on his phone, and Clifford Napier of Danville listened. Brown often paints outside and uses the feedback from East End neighbors and passers-by.
Denise Brown painted on her porch on Chestnut Street as she talked to Jackie Robinson, left, of Lexington about doing a commissioned work from a photo he had on his phone, and Clifford Napier of Danville listened. Brown often paints outside and uses the feedback from East End neighbors and passers-by. Herald Leader
Denise Brown painted on her porch on Chestnut Street as she talked to Jackie Robinson, left, of Lexington about doing a commissioned work from a photo he had on his phone, and Clifford Napier of Danville listened. Brown often paints outside and uses the feedback from East End neighbors and passers-by. Herald Leader

Lexington woman's front porch serves as art studio for neighborhood

August 27, 2013 12:15 PM

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