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The work of Catherine Nash '80 juxtaposes antique, vintage, and found objects with color and drawing in what she calls a "poetic assemblage," an exploration of nature, place, and memory. She is inspired by the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi, the art of finding beauty in transience and imperfection. Nash's upcoming book, Authentic Visual Voices, includes interviews with 28 artists about where they find their own inspiration.

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