There is something about the National Art League in Douglaston that sets it apart from the other tiny shops and restaurants in the shopping center where it has been since the early 1950s.
It may be the eclectic mix of sculptures and paintings on display behind the newly redesigned storefront of the art school and gallery, or it may be the open and friendly attitude with which its members greet the public.
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