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Woodbine artist creates unique montages to benefit Honduran youth

Woodbine artist creates unique montages to benefit Honduran youth

Wearing a bright purple shirt and white shorts, a young boy named Oscar amuses himself by gleefully kicking around a soda can in one of a series of photographic montages for sale at an Ellicott City gallery.

Like a thousand children before him over nearly four decades, he lives on one of four Episcopal-run campuses that together serve as an educational and emotional oasis in Honduras, a poverty-wracked Central American country with one of the highest murder rates in the world.

Katherine Dilworth, a Woodbine artist and parishioner at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, in Glenwood, shot the photos during one of the church's annual week-long mission trips to the capital city of...

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