Closing Thought – Mar/Apr 18

“What is obvious is that a strong group of determined women can in fact change the world.”

—Michigan circuit judge Rosemarie Aquilina in sentencing serial sex abuser Larry Nassar

Catherine Dreiss, “Julia Mamaea,” woodcut print. Dreiss is a Des Moines printmaker who works with woodcuts that are based on photographs and appropriated patterns. She also teaches at Drake University. More information: catherinedreiss.com or moberggallery.com.

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