Do Enjoy But “Do Not Touch” - Circa - NCMA - North Carolina Museum of Art
Isabel Green

Isabel Green is a rising sophomore at Grinnell College (Iowa), where she plays Division III tennis and intends to major in chemistry and studio art. Isabel was the 2019 outdoor sculpture summer intern in the Conservation Department at the NCMA.

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