NAPOLEON members mentioned in Inquirer review of Woodmere Annual

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NAPOLEON members Christina P. Day and H. John Thompson both have work in the 73rd Woodmere Annual, and critic Edith Newhall mentioned both works in her review for the Inquirer:

McEneaney’s taste in sculpture would seem to run to the small and representational, judging from the three sculptures she selected: H. John Thompson’s disorienting wood reconstructions of a staircase and windows; Christina Day’s found Polaroid cameras given custom trimwork and a couple of coats of white paint; and Kathran Siegel’s painted carved-wood figure of a smiling man carrying a skewered heart that has dripped blood onto his sweatpants.
 

See the full review here!

 

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