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As a professor at San Francisco State University, Julie Marshall taught her students how to use art to solve personal problems, a process she used during her own four-year struggle with a bone marrow disorder.
During long treatment sessions, she took the IV drip in her left arm to leave her right arm free to draw interpretations from the IV bag that was her go-to companion. His goal was a triptych of paintings that reinvented the drip bag as a personal totem. Each painting was offset by a mouse, a rabbit and a canary to symbolize its own vulnerability.
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