Jim Cogswell's ode to U-M artifacts
From the September, 2017 issue
You may have noticed the colorful window installations at the U-M Museum of Art and the U-M Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. With imagery that's both familiar and otherworldly, the vivid, playful works, part of the current Cosmogonic Tattoos exhibit, seem like they could have come from the pages of an enchanting children's picture book.
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