The elongated form of a Seminole woman rises from dark cypress knees, her geometric garb blurring into the trees and the water of the St. Johns River. Her shape stands static against the white walls of the Cummer Museum, frozen in time by an artist’s hands.To many, she looks painted, said Amber Sesnick, the museum’s marketing and communications coordinator. But, instead, paper forms the tiny black rivulets. It inches up the wall —
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