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Dec 21, 2023

Today on the show I talk with sculptor Kim Dickey. She uses the structures and flora of the garden as a springboard to create large-scale sculpture and installation. In our interview we talk about her use of brocage, the feminist claiming of space through ornamentation, and her recent solo show Auguries at the Robischon Gallery in Denver, CO. To see examples of her work visit Dickey is a Professor of Art at the University of Colorado Boulder.


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The Rosenfield Collection of Functional Ceramic Art