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Body Object #1: Window Crank

"I am totally fascinated by this piece........thanks for the explanation of how made...."
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Body Object #2: Bolts

"very interesting..have you done any of these on a face? "
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Body Object #2: Bolts

"TOO COOL!!! "
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"I agree with Renee, this is disturbing but beautiful..."
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Bone Interventions

Part of Laurie Beth Clark's Ossuary project http://ossuaries.wordpress.com/
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Tea Strainer Tool Box

Silver, copper
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"Still one of my all-time favorite pieces :-)"
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Madison, WI
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Andrea G. Miller is a visual artist whose practice is greatly influenced by the traditions of metalsmithing. Through her work she investigates the man-made environment in relation to the human body and culture.  Miller, born and raised in the Midwest, completed her MFA from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and earned a BS in art education as well as a BFA in metals from Ball State University.  Community outreach and public education through the arts are an important part of her career.  

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At 6:17pm on January 18, 2012, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 1:35pm on August 22, 2011, Lauren McAdams Selden said…

Great work.  

 

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Just got your card.  Thanks!  The photos look great!
At 3:43pm on March 21, 2010, Kim Cridler said…
Rock On Andrea Miller! Who, by the way, just had a fantastic opening at the Commonwealth Gallery in Madison, with five stunning black-clad models on risers displaying a new series of neckpieces. You should post images from the opening!
At 5:16pm on March 16, 2010, Kim Cridler said…
Nice! Glad to see you on CH!
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