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Within

Glenys Barton’s “Within” is a bronze sculpture about two and a half feet high. A pamphlet for an exhibition in London, Ontario explained its meaning:

The outer calm of the immaculate features contrasts with the inner activity, a metaphor for stresses within the mind that are more often than not at odds with the way in which the self presents to the world.

Pamphlet and Link -via Wunderkammer| Photo: Anne Hardy

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November 18th, 2012

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Stranger to the World

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