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Jenica Frederickson's paintings are covered in shower curtains and duct tape to protect them from possible damage from Hurricane Irma. Photo courtesy of Jenica Frederickson

Five people, one dog and a couple hundred paintings: How a Palm Coast artist is preparing for Hurricane Irma

Saturday, Sep. 9, 2017 |

Jenica Frederickson's paintings are covered in shower curtains and duct tape to protect them from possible damage from Hurricane Irma. Photo courtesy of Jenica Frederickson

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A before photo of Jenica Frederickson's favorite piece of art, which due to its size and weight cannot be moved, but rather just covered. Photo courtesy of Jenica Frederickson

Saturday, Sep. 9, 2017 |

A before photo of Jenica Frederickson's favorite piece of art, which due to its size and weight cannot be moved, but rather just covered. Photo courtesy of Jenica Frederickson

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The after photo of Jenica Frederickson's favorite painting, which she covered with shower curtains and duct tape to protect it the best she can from water damage. Photo courtesy of Jenica Frederickson

Saturday, Sep. 9, 2017 |

The after photo of Jenica Frederickson's favorite painting, which she covered with shower curtains and duct tape to protect it the best she can from water damage. Photo courtesy of Jenica Frederickson

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Jenica Frederickson has worked to cover a few hundred paintings she's made over the last nine years. Photo courtesy of Jenica Frederickson

Saturday, Sep. 9, 2017 |

Jenica Frederickson has worked to cover a few hundred paintings she's made over the last nine years. Photo courtesy of Jenica Frederickson

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