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What I Think About When I Smell Eucalyptus by Kari Simonsen. Acrylic on Canvas, 2019. 30 x 24".

Fair Market Value $450 / Opening Bid Starts at $225

"When I was a kid, my mom would always point out the eucalyptus trees to me and say, "Do you smell that? That's eucalyptus. This scent always reminds me of the house I grew up in." Kari Simonsen is a Burmese-Norwegian-American artist. She uses her background in philosophy and language to create small pieces within which reside worlds of thoughtful exercises in translation, understanding, and reiteration. She writes in thread, acrylic and ink, the familiar and recurring shapes and patterns found in the environment around her.

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