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Glory

Oil on linen 70 x 64"
©2004 Tina Mion

I live in the small desert town of Winslow, Arizona. I have been here over eight years. Brenda Hayes, on the left, is a cashier at the local Wal-Mart. In the evenings, she works at a nearby prison. On her time off, Brenda sings, mostly gospel. She can be found at many of Winslow’s funerals. Her best friend and sister, Mary Alice, has a one-chair hair and nail salon. The salon chair is covered with fabric depicting the monuments of Washington, D.C., though she has never been there. The Hayes sisters always sing for free.

 

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