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John Udvardy

Monday, November 2nd, 1987

Sculp­tor JOHN UDVARDY sees the aes­thet­ic pos­si­bil­i­ties in an old whit­tled pad­dle or a forked birch branch, and he knows how to make a curve from a green sapling. But most of all, he brings to his mate­ri­als a feel­ing that every mark mat­ters: every stick, every thread, every shell, every bone.

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