Lindsey Wohlman works to create a photographic interpretation of John James Audubon’s iconic “Birds of America”. Through the collaboration of several institutions like the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and University of Colorado Natural History Museum, she utilizes photography as a means to remove the artist’s touch to accurately display the specimens while retaining beauty in their imperfection.
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