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Lill Street Art Center
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A love of art grew from appreciation to vocation after college, when I found my niche in the metals studio. My work is inspired by the traditional and modern art of North Africa. The cultures in this region of the world, along with Western art, drive the core of my work. I aspire to make jewelry and art with simple, clean lines that retains an air of the exotic. It is my hope that my work encourages others to learn more about this vibrant and fascinating part of the world.
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