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Craft Meets Technology

My work Comb will be showing in a group exhibition, Craft Meets Technology, at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft from 2 April to 16 July.


Comb is made using a combination of print, fusing and waterjet techniques, plus some old fashioned hand polishing to achieve a finish that hides the method of its making.

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