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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

One of Port Townsend's oldest homes makes room for life and art

Carolyn Watts' studio, on the lower level of the house, is large enough to hold her huge paintings, and filled with light from a new wall of windows. Her work, which she paints with her fingers, is influenced by the colors and shapes of the natural world, and her years of working in a lab, seeing the world enlarged through a microscope.