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Title: Nine Paintings of Sportspersons by Wayne Kohler

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Wayne Kohler and I live in the same small northern California town of 25,000 souls. The town is called Benicia, and I first saw Kohler's works there about three months ago on the walls of a coffee shop called Rraggs.

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This is the third article featuring Kohler's art published here at OEN; the second article, which contains a link to the first article, can be accessed by clicking here.

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