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Anatomy of a Sculpture: A Migrant Story, Carved in Wood

"Once the bloodstains are placed, they are done. There is no going back." by Amber Cortes A look at a sculpture by Humaira Abid, from her show Searching for Home, opening September 22 at Bellevue Arts Museum.
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