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Lynne Hull
27 Jan 2013
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Lynne Hull's habitat sculptures work at several levels, acting as ecoatonements to restore habitat damaged by human impact while encouraging humans to understand wildlife needs and shift attitudes toward our relationship with other species. "My focus is on trans-species art, sculptures contributing to wildlife habitat. I want to make a positive gesture toward the earth and express my concerns for nurturance of other species and endangered lifecycles."

Art Climate Change Community Culture Education Environment Rural/Regional
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