Womans Art Journal 39-1

SPRING / SUMMER 2018 VOLUME 39, NUMBER 1

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Betsy Damon, The Living Water Garden

Betsy Damon, The Living Water Garden, Aerial (above) and Wetlands views (below),
(1998), 5.9 acres, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China. Photos courtesy of the artist.


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