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This week, the cast of Nations Sunday Drag Brunch look over I-195 northbound. Local photographers Eric Russell, Kevin Faison, and Wolf Spirit shot the photos of the female illusionists appearing.
A spot featuring the Richmond Triangle Players is also in the mix.
The ad rotation is part of the Billboard Art Project that is running this month featuring works by over 20 different artists. More information on the project is available here.
Wolf Spirit is of Nansemond Indian and Southeastern Cherokee origin. She is a Native American women's traditional hide dancer and member of the Eastern Sky American Indian Drum. You can visit Wolf Spirit Photography on Facebook.
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