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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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Suspended Memories: The Indelible Work of Terry Welker, FAIA


Please stare. That’s the behavior Terry Welker wants to encourage when it comes to his artwork. “Mobiles allow people to stare,” muses Welker, an established architect and Fellow of the American Institute of Architects who has been creating mobile and

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“What the Body’s Pose is Saying:” Gerald Siciliano on Workmanship, Intuition and the Art of Reinvention

Statuario Marble
12x 14x 9 inches

Gerald Siciliano passed by an auto body shop near his Brooklyn, NY studio for several years before the inspiration hit him. More precisely, he passed the shop’s dumpster overflowing with discarded plastic bumper covers in a spectrum of colors and

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