Photo shows a large group of individuals gathered in front of Teresa Jaynes’s Gift #4 of nine green, yellow, and brown screen prints. The screen prints depict grid patterns. In the right of the image, a young woman attired in black pants and a short-sleeved teal blouse with a flower pattern on the edge, slightly hunches over as if listening to something. Her right hand is to her ear and her left hand holds a large envelope to her waist. To her left, are two women. They lean and bend over in listening stances. In the left of the image, is a group of men and women in summer clothes. They look toward the women standing in front of the screen prints. The screen prints are hung above a short white-colored floor riser. [end of description]

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