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Milkweed I by Susan Moran

Forest, Farm, Field

Art goes green

From the August, 2012 issue

Forest, Farm, Field, the current exhibit at Chelsea's River Gallery, presents the natural world as we would like it to be: shimmery green and mild, a generous offering of benign plants, pretty wildflowers, and ripe vegetables. The pink umbel of a six-foot-tall textile milkweed (genus Asclepius, an herbaceous perennial found in fields and meadows and named

 
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