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Gabrielle Wood | 2013

Ceramics & Sculpture

Gabrielle Wood was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and currently lives
and works in Miami, Florida. She graduated from Florida Atlantic
University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics and Sculpture.
During her attendance at FAU she received the John McCoy Award in
Ceramics for two consecutive years. Gabrielle is currently pursuing her
MFA at Florida International University and is in her second year. She
is also the recipient of the WITVA Lynn Travis Stender Award for women
in the visual arts. Themes in her work include issues with contemporary
culture, currently focusing on the inner desires of the body and mind.

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