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Cass Garison

Sculpture Garden Triptych

The source images repurposed by the diptych are as follows:


Two Archaic Kourai by the Argive Sculptor Polymedes, cut from Delphi: The Treasures of the Greek Museums by Art & Civilization Publication.

Flowers from Boticelli's Primavera.

Photographs of nude archaic sculpture from the book Eros in Antiquity by Antonia Mulas.

Cass Garison lives in Seattle and will be attending the University of Washington MFA program this fall. They  have work published in Muzzle Magazine, River Styx, Washington Square Review, Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art online, and others. You can follow them on twitter @CassGarison

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