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Elizabeth Murray
Internationally acclaimed artist featured in the Peabody Award winning series art:21
Contemporary artist Elizabeth Murray (1940–2007) created canvases in playful shapes, abstract forms, and cartoon-like depictions of everyday objects. Layering these uniquely shaped canvases, Murray’s work blurs the line between two-dimensional painting and sculpture. Shocking pink, acid green, and electric blue are just a few of the bold colors present in her body of work.
     
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