Charles Clary, Fermatic Wilderness, 2008, part of the Moses Luski Contemporary Collection, on view at UNC Charlotte Center City Campus.
Charles Clary, Fermatic Wilderness, 2008, part of the Moses Luski Contemporary Collection, on view at UNC Charlotte Center City Campus. Crista Cammaroto
Charles Clary, Fermatic Wilderness, 2008, part of the Moses Luski Contemporary Collection, on view at UNC Charlotte Center City Campus. Crista Cammaroto

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