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Amelia Robin Agush, 84, artist who specialized in 3-dimensional sculptures

Amelia Robin Agush, shown in her Los Angeles studio circa 1950, devised paper kits that Family Circle magazine sold. Amelia Robin Agush, shown in her Los Angeles studio circa 1950, devised paper kits that Family Circle magazine sold.
By Emma Stickgold
Globe Correspondent / April 27, 2010

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Amelia Robin (Gloss) Agush spent decades working with paper as a medium for creating three-dimensional sculptures before she turned to watercolor painting. (Full article: 838 words)

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