“La persistencia del verdor” (“The persistence of greenery”), 2016: ceramic, resin, metal, paper, glass, plastic, wood. (Installation background image by Harvey Barrison: Mount Britton, El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico, 2014.)
“La persistencia del verdor” (“The persistence of greenery”), 2016: ceramic, resin, metal, paper, glass, plastic, wood. (Installation background image by Harvey Barrison: Mount Britton, El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico, 2014.) Robin Dreyer
“La persistencia del verdor” (“The persistence of greenery”), 2016: ceramic, resin, metal, paper, glass, plastic, wood. (Installation background image by Harvey Barrison: Mount Britton, El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico, 2014.) Robin Dreyer

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