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Esther Mahlangu, an artist-in-residence at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, used brushes made from chicken feathers to paint the two 9-by-15-foot murals, which now are part of VMFA’s permanent collection.

Esther Mahlangu, an artist-in-residence at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, used brushes made from chicken feathers to paint the two 9-by-15-foot murals, which now are part of VMFA’s permanent collection.

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