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Hugh Nibley Observed
About the Portrait of Hugh Nibley
Rebecca Fechser Everett

Rebecca Fechser Everett says in Hugh Nibley Observed of her portrait of Hugh Nibley “I have enjoyed the whole process of creating this portrait from thought to finish. I’ve developed the piece to attempt to include as many images as I could associate with Brother Nibley and his life’s interests.”

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