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Jacquline Hurlbert


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Prolific sculptor Jackie Hurlbert uses clay and her hands to create figures and heads of beings with symbolic meanings. The outer attributes of the figures, such as wings or horns, are keys what the figures say about human nature and the spirit.

First Broadcast: 2005
Producer: KC Cowan

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Chien Tan; Central Oregon Symphony Orchestra; Jacquline Hurlbert (630)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #630
Original Broadcast: May 19, 2005