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Artists displaying in First Street retail spaces

When Chenoa Urness heard that channel-side space in the Pier 7 building was available, she jumped on it.

“It was now or never,” said the Stanwood resident and former social worker for Indian Child Welfare in Snohomish County.

Then she spread the word that she was opening a store showcasing the work of indigenous creatives. “Sign me up!” was the unanimous response.

Her ocean scenes, created from resins, acrylic paints and pigment, hang on the walls of Sacred Cedar Company, which opened in July.

Besides Urness’s own art, Sacred Cedar offers soap, crystals, plants, jewelry and Tlingit blankets. U...


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