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Copper in the Arts

DSC04609In January 2013, I had the opportunity to be featured on Copper.org.

Here is an excerpt from my interview with Jennifer Hetrick:

Spending much of his 20s honing the hands-on skills and dexterity necessary for welding, Matthew Albright began to gravitate toward copper, and today is known for his intricate, nature-inspired metal sculptures that speak to his agrarian side.

“I try to take pictures of plants wherever I go,” he admits. Stockpiling inspiration is a resourceful way to keep the assets of the natural world close-at-hand in his home of Euclid, OH.

Read the entire article here at Copper in the Arts.

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