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No Huffing Or Puffing

When you first encounter Patrick Dougherty's sculptures (www.stickwork.net), you'll think you've stepped into the world of a very clever little pig. Using maple and willow saplings—and nothing else—the Chapel Hill—based artist weaves forms that resemble castles, huts, and wayward nests. Dougherty encourages viewers to enter his pieces, but blowing is discouraged, and climbing is forbidden. He has installed his temporary works in Japan and England; this summer and fall, he'll be closer to home, at the Boise Art Museum (from August 1), the Brattleboro Museum of Art (from August 23), and San Diego's Wild Animal Park (October 26—November 17). —Hannah Wallace

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