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3-Minute Interview: Artist Anthony Dye

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Dye started painting in Georgia's Dooly State Prison, where he was serving 20 years for armed robbery. The prison wouldn't provide him with art supplies, so he began painting with things like mustard, coffee and fruit punch. After he got out in April, Dye relocated to the District and is for a foundation that assists prisoners with art. He sells his work from the Foggy Bottom Metro station. How...

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