PAINTED PIANO: El Paso native Christin Apodaca, 29, showcased her work at this year’s Chalk the Block Painted Pianos project. She attended UTEP and the University of New Mexico, graduating with a bachelor’s in studio art. She works with oils, water-based paints, and markers, focusing on black and white line-heavy illustrations. To see more of her work, visit capodaca.com or @christin.ma on Instagram.
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