PEOPLE: As a high school student, Mary Fuller McChesney was threatened with expulsion for identifying as a communist. “What I learned was that you can take ‘em!,” she said.   David Briggs

Mary Fuller McChesney is a sculptor and a writer. At age 93, she has written extensively about the arts, and her sculptures exist in parks and institutions around the Bay Area. I was first introduced to her art by Paul Elmore, who has a number of her sculptures at his Marshall home and who promised one day to introduce us . . .

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