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Brutal Botany.

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Sculptor Kate MacDowell creates a somewhat grotesque display. Titled “Crave”, the porcelain sculpture appears to be a severed armed overran by beautiful foliage — almost as if the arm is giving birth to its own essence.

Courtesy of Kate MacDowell.

Courtesy of Kate MacDowell.

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