Sarah Anne Johnson's exhibit, "Wonderland", combines her diverse body of work from photographs to sculpey figurines to handcrafted doll-houses. The exhibit will be open at CAM in Raleigh until May.
Sarah Anne Johnson's exhibit, "Wonderland", combines her diverse body of work from photographs to sculpey figurines to handcrafted doll-houses. The exhibit will be open at CAM in Raleigh until May. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
Sarah Anne Johnson's exhibit, "Wonderland", combines her diverse body of work from photographs to sculpey figurines to handcrafted doll-houses. The exhibit will be open at CAM in Raleigh until May. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

At CAM-Raleigh, an artist’s dark ‘Wonderland’

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