Traci Lorraine Farmer at her downtown Raleigh art studio, left, and at her salon, Crazy Combs, right. Farmer’s bright, industrial landscapes are on display until the end of the month at Margaux’s, a north Raleigh restaurant where Farmer met her husband years ago while both were waiting tables.
Traci Lorraine Farmer at her downtown Raleigh art studio, left, and at her salon, Crazy Combs, right. Farmer’s bright, industrial landscapes are on display until the end of the month at Margaux’s, a north Raleigh restaurant where Farmer met her husband years ago while both were waiting tables. JULI LEONARD jleonard@newsobserver.com
Traci Lorraine Farmer at her downtown Raleigh art studio, left, and at her salon, Crazy Combs, right. Farmer’s bright, industrial landscapes are on display until the end of the month at Margaux’s, a north Raleigh restaurant where Farmer met her husband years ago while both were waiting tables. JULI LEONARD jleonard@newsobserver.com

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