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‘Un/Natural Selections’ is a wild ride

Animals command attention at Whatcom Museum

Penelope Gottlieb’s “Passiflora Vitifolia” is one of the works at the exhibit where an eagle is tangled by flowers.
Penelope Gottlieb’s “Passiflora Vitifolia” is one of the works on display as part of the exhibit “Un/Natural Selections: Wildlife in Contemporary Art” showing through Jan. 8 at Whatcom Museum’s Lightcatcher Building. Gottlieb's works illuminate and respond to the dangers posed by invasive plant species that directly contribute to the decline of native animal species. (Photo courtesy of Scott McClaine)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
I wasn’t the only one who gasped upon stepping into the main gallery space at Whatcom Museum&#
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