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In service of science: Bellingham illustrator’s legacy on display at Whatcom Museum

Exhibit showcases more than 60 works by acclaimed paleoartist David Miller

David Miller sifts through woolly mammoth representations on Friday, May 10, which inspired the progress sketches spread out on his work table in the basement of the Whatcom Museum. Miller's final woolly mammoth image became the centerpiece for his exhibition "Unearthed." (Eli Voorhies/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jessica Gigot CDN Contributor
Preparator and longtime scientific illustrator David Miller is used to working behind the scenes at
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