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PaperCity Dallas October 2022

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A storm has rolled in, dramatic flashes of lightning illuminating the sky and trees. It's late, and Kevin and Cheryl are watching a movie projected onto a large wall in Donald's former studio, a part of the house that's now used as an informal sitting room with books and sculptures stacked on benches and tables. Vertical storage holds overflow canvases from the gallery, including massive paintings by artist Sedrick Huckaby, whose early career the Vogels nurtured. The space feels cultured and smart, appointed with vintage modern and contemporary furnishings, some acquired on travels, such as four sculptural chairs by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa, bought at auction while visiting Cheryl's sister in London. The lightning show outside is a reminder of the havoc storms can wreak — the house has survived two major floods — and Cheryl is up early the next morning, surveying the garden for damage. A few days later, the Vogels hold a brunch under a clear blue sky on the back patio for 69

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