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Oregon-based artist Susan Murrell’s captivating “Sift/Shift” installation uses unconventional methods to show their exhibit.
Oregon-based artist Susan Murrell’s captivating “Sift/Shift” installation will be on display through Sunday, Oct. 29 at Whatcom Museum's Lightcatcher Building. While you're there, don't miss “Coastal Views: California and the Pacific Northwest” and Iranian-born artist Mina Afshari's “Let it Shine” exhibition. (Photo courtesy of Whatcom Museum)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
AMY’S LIST  Last week of Whatcom Museum ExhibitsOct. 20–29, Lightcatcher Building, 2
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