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Francis Di Fronzo’s Desert of Memory

I think of El Paseo art galleries as places people go to decorate the walls of their luxury homes. Having no luxury home (maybe my Dinah Shore-style pad was luxurious when it was first built 50 years ago), I rarely walk this gallery-rich stretch of Palm Desert. However, I escorted out-of-town visitors there recently and was arrested by a painting of a train in the empty desert. I am enamored of trains these days because of my friend Carl Bray, the artist and railroadman, who died recently. But there was something about this particular train on a wall of the…

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