The Ecuadorian Women

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In the 1980's, on a trip to South America with a group of peace activists Margaret was greatly impressed by the Ecuadorian people, their difficult lives, their struggle for freedom, and the strength and solidness of their bodies. As as she came home to Fresno she began a series of almost life size sculptures expressing the strength and roundness of the Ecuadorian women.

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guatemalan-woman-holding-something-2-margaret-hudson-scultpure
guatemalan-woman-holding-something-angle-2margaret-hudson-scultpure
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guatemalan-woman-making-bread-angle-2-2-margaret-hudson-scultpure
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guatemalan-woman-nursing-baby-angle-2-sculpture-by-margaret-hudson
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guatemalan-woman-taking-margaret-hudson-scultpure
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