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NDMOA artist in residence uses work to connect with others

Published 09/27/2013, Grand Forks Herald

At first glance, Guillermo Guardia’s plump ceramic babies with devil horns, look intimidating, almost frightening, but with further inspection one can see that the pieces of art are a response to war and politics.

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