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Miami-born, New York-based artist Michele Oka Doner has just celebrated her 70th birthday. With an impressive oeuvre of sculptures spanning more than five decades, Michele has developed the ability to simultaneously look both inward and outward—to notice the details in the everyday and then be able to place them in the context of the world at large. Though she has written books, designed objects and crafted furniture, she is most known for transforming organic materials into sculptures that intertwine animal,


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