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Former Northern student hopes paintings find a new home


Ryan Welch/Havre Daily News

Deanna Dee Rogers points out an element Thursday on one of the paintings she made to hang in Montana State University-Northern's Pin-n-Cue. Northern is remodeling the facility and removed the paintings, and Rogers is hopeful she can find a new home for them.

Havreite Deanna Dee Rogers' paintings have graced the walls of Montana State University-Northern's Pin-n-Cue since she painted them in 2003, but now that the basement of the Student Union Building is being updated her pictures sit in storage waiting for their next home.

When Rogers, a graduate of Fort Benton High School, painted her nine pictures to donate to the school, she was working at the Pin-n-Cue after having graduated from Northern with a graphic design degree.

Roger's pictures were created on nine 4 feet by 8 feet sheets of masonite and the theme of the project is "people," she...

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