This episode is focusing on artist Kristine Mays who's wire sculptures are currently touring public gardens across the U.S.(most recently featured at Atlanta Botanical Garden). The exhibit is called Rich Soil. Join us for part 2 of this conversation to hear Kristines story of how the Rich Soil exhibit was inspired, the process of her labor and the exhiobit's bi-coastal journey.
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