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Painting honors late businessman

Shelly Wilkerson, owner of Crazy Lady on Bay Street, presents a portrait of Darryl Baldwin to Shelia Cline of MoonDogs, Too during the July 17 meeting of the Port Orchard Bay Street Association. The 20-by-24 inch portrait will be hung inside the restaurant. The painting was done in oils and will be varnished six months later after the paint is fully cured. Baldwin died April 23 from cancer.  - Photo by Glen Wilkerson
Shelly Wilkerson, owner of Crazy Lady on Bay Street, presents a portrait of Darryl Baldwin to Shelia Cline of MoonDogs, Too during the July 17 meeting of the Port Orchard Bay Street Association. The 20-by-24 inch portrait will be hung inside the restaurant. The painting was done in oils and will be varnished six months later after the paint is fully cured. Baldwin died April 23 from cancer.
— image credit: Photo by Glen Wilkerson
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