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Magicicada

Jennifer Angus

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Jennifer Angus: Magicicada

Using responsibly-collected and preserved specimens, the artist Jennifer Angus creates site-specific installations of insects pinned directly to a wall and other surfaces creating exquisite patterns reminiscent of textiles or wallpaper.

Jennifer Agnus, Memento Vitae, Courtesy of the Shelburne Museum.
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Anthony Toney (1913-2004), Afternoon on a Hill. Oil on Canvas, 1956.
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