Adam and Andrea Clague with the painting they created together when he proposed marriage. He painted half, and she painted the other half. Their artwork is on display at Got Art Gallery in downtown Lee’s Summit. This painting is not for sale, however.
Adam and Andrea Clague with the painting they created together when he proposed marriage. He painted half, and she painted the other half. Their artwork is on display at Got Art Gallery in downtown Lee’s Summit. This painting is not for sale, however. RUSS PULLEY Special to The Star
Adam and Andrea Clague with the painting they created together when he proposed marriage. He painted half, and she painted the other half. Their artwork is on display at Got Art Gallery in downtown Lee’s Summit. This painting is not for sale, however. RUSS PULLEY Special to The Star

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