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The following recordings from survivors of the Holocaust are featured in an audio tour that accompanies the current Asheville Art Museum exhibition: Survivors and Liberators: Portraits by Wilma Bulkin Siegel.

In 2003 Wilma Siegel began painting portraits of what is, sadly, a dwindling population: Holocaust survivors living in South Florida. The realization that so many of these faces and stories are passing away has led Siegel to begin this project, which also includes World War II veterans.

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The following recordings from survivors of the Holocaust are featured in an audio tour that accompanies the current Asheville Art Museum exhibition: Survivors and Liberators: Portraits by Wilma Bulkin Siegel

In 2003 Wilma Siegel began painting portraits of what is, sadly, a dwindling population: Holocaust survivors living in South Florida. The realization that so many of these faces and stories are passing away has led Siegel to begin this project, which also includes World War II veterans.

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The following recordings from survivors of the Holocaust are featured in an audio tour that accompanies the current Asheville Art Museum exhibition: Survivors and Liberators: Portraits by Wilma Bulkin Siegel

In 2003 Wilma Siegel began painting portraits of what is, sadly, a dwindling population: Holocaust survivors living in South Florida. The realization that so many of these faces and stories are passing away has led Siegel to begin this project, which also includes World War II veterans.

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