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                <section id="artists">
  <h2>Our Artists</h2>
Mixed Media
Anni Roenkae
<img src="" alt="Rebel Yell - triangles of red, green, orange, yellow, and grey." />
Anni Roenkae is a visual artist based in Finland.

Link to

Ben Neale
<img src="" alt="Grey squares with deep wells of aqua, with white lines in between the squares."/>
Ben Neale is a photographer and designer, based out of Adelaide, Australia. 

Link to

Sharon McCutcheon
<img src="" alt="A rainbow of shiny paint drips." />
Sharon McCutcheon specializes in LGBTQIA+ themes, stock photos, macro images, backgrounds, and colorful visuals. 

Link to

Francesco Ungaro
<img src="" alt="A dirty yellow wall with a rust-color 8-bit space invader." />
Francesco Ungaro is a strategy and presentation consultant and photography lover, based in Milan. 

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/* default styling, no changes needed here */

/* set the layout to border box model */
html {
  box-sizing: border-box;
*::after {
  box-sizing: inherit;
/* set font family and background gradient */
body {
  padding: 0;
  border: 0;
  font-family: Arial, sans-serif;
img {
  width: 100%;



                /* EXERCISE 14: LAYING OUT CARDS

To this point, we've worked with a lot of figures in our HTML. Figures are great where the image is the focus of the story, and the text describes the image.

However, not all images with text may need the <figure> element. Here, we have a series of images from certain artists. The cards should link to a page with more information (links provided). 

PART 1: What is the right markup for these cards?

PART 2: How do we lay these cards out to look a specific way on mobile and desktop layouts?