Artist Gina Adams sought out worn quilts for “Its Honor Is Here Pledged,” on display at the Nerman Museum through May 10. “The holes in the quilt signify the holes in the original document,” she said.
Artist Gina Adams sought out worn quilts for “Its Honor Is Here Pledged,” on display at the Nerman Museum through May 10. “The holes in the quilt signify the holes in the original document,” she said. E. G. Schempf E.G. Schempf
Artist Gina Adams sought out worn quilts for “Its Honor Is Here Pledged,” on display at the Nerman Museum through May 10. “The holes in the quilt signify the holes in the original document,” she said. E. G. Schempf E.G. Schempf

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