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Anna Teeter


Finding purpose in pain

MANIFESTED. An installation of flesh, nerve-endings represents torture and execution methods. The sculpture shows the idea of being trapped by the body. "Conveying what it felt to have this constant wearing of pain and having to think about it all the time," Olney says. "Trapped by it. It is now how I feel all the time, but sometimes it comes up."

Finding purpose in pain

Senior Dillon Olney puts the final touches on his sculptures for his senior thesis show this month. Dillon has used his art to help him accept and cope with his diabetes. He wants his art to help others find "Purpose of Pain."

Rebecca Lowery is a Bloomington potter who works in a studio in her garage. She threw clay on a wheel during a live demonstration at The Venue on Tuesday.

Rebecca Lowery is a Bloomington potter who works in a studio in her garage. She threw clay on a wheel during a live demonstration at The Venue on Tuesday.

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