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Stephanie Abernathy

on 3 May 2010

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Transcript of Asawa

Ruth Asawa by Stephanie Abernathy Ruth Asawa was born in 1926 and is still alive today. Born in Norwalk, California as a Japanese American. Due to laws then, her parents were not allowed to become
US citizens but their 7 children were. She lived through the depression and her father was taken away in the internment in 1942 after living in the US for 40 years. In the Internment, 120,000 American-Japanese people were taken away. In her spare time Ruth started drawing, and moved to sculpting wire and other metals. She does most abstract art. Here are some of her sculptures.. Untitled-unknown date Untitled S.230-unknown date untitled 2- unknown date untitled 1-unknown date tree sculpture-unknown date Japanese American Internment Memorial Sculpture-1994
untitled- unknown date Hyatt on Union Square Fountain-1973 Aurora Fountain-1963 Art-unknown date
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