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Bronze Sculptor Jean Jacques Porret’s Intuitive Approach

Edition of 5, size 8 x 18 x 12 in
Jean Jacques Porret

Most of Jean Jacques Porret’s abstract contemporary sculptures begin with a simple sketch, even sometimes just a scribble. If the drawing, loosely playing off the human form, proves compelling, he may return to it–tracing and retracing certain lines, reinforcing some

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Many Parts Create a Whole: Susan Wink on Engaging a Community in Interactive Public Art


Don’t be surprised if you find Susan Wink hosting an open meeting or free workshop if she designs public art for your neighborhood. There’s also a chance you’ll be rifling through your old photos of the area or contributing your

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Designing for the Healing Arts: Metalworker Susan Madacsi Employs “Beauty as a Tool”

Susan M. detail of medallions

Metal sculptor Susan Madacsi, who utilizes architectural glass and blacksmithing techniques, is drawn to designing and making site-specific artwork for spaces in healthcare environments. Beyond the reward of creating artwork accessible to anyone who visits the buildings, the artist states

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Experiential Storytellers: ZEBRADOG and the Art of Authenticity


Every organization has a story to tell. From the recently founded high-tech startup to the traditional family business that’s been around for decades to the global corporation or municipality founded more than a century ago: there’s story behind each one.

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