Ingrid Erickson is holding a cut-paper rendition of a Northern Harrier. Straddling the line between art and science, ASC grant recipient Ingrid Erickson, 35, creates intricate cut-paper works from her study of raptors. Her show will be through July 1at the Cornelius Arts Center and is co-hosted by the Carolina Raptor Center. Erickson is education coordinator and lead teacher at the Waterworks Visual Arts Center.
Ingrid Erickson is holding a cut-paper rendition of a Northern Harrier. Straddling the line between art and science, ASC grant recipient Ingrid Erickson, 35, creates intricate cut-paper works from her study of raptors. Her show will be through July 1at the Cornelius Arts Center and is co-hosted by the Carolina Raptor Center. Erickson is education coordinator and lead teacher at the Waterworks Visual Arts Center. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Ingrid Erickson is holding a cut-paper rendition of a Northern Harrier. Straddling the line between art and science, ASC grant recipient Ingrid Erickson, 35, creates intricate cut-paper works from her study of raptors. Her show will be through July 1at the Cornelius Arts Center and is co-hosted by the Carolina Raptor Center. Erickson is education coordinator and lead teacher at the Waterworks Visual Arts Center. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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April 21, 2016 10:59 AM