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I am looking at the works of Ursula von Rydingsvard and reading about the story of her life. I have come to know about her from one of my classmate's Research Paper. (Justin H.) She has preferred to work with cedar wood for the past 35 years. I find her life and artwork incredibly moving and interesting. There is a certain type of energy, strength, and flow that is inspiring to see.

Museum of Arts and Design (MAD). (2013, March 8). Woodcuts: Ursula Von Rydingsvard. Available at: YouTube.

Glasstire. (2019, June 25). Two Large Public Sculptures Donated To UT Southwestern Art Collection | Glasstire. Glasstire. Available at :

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