By Courtney H. Diener-Stokes
Cathy Vaughn was working as a graphic designer and had no prior experience in working with metals when she got her hands on copper about twenty years ago.
“When I started out working in graphic design it was a very hands-on medium,” Vaughn says. “It was before computers were a part of the process.”
As computers began taking center stage in her profession, she turned to copper when she found that her soul was no longer being fed by her profession.
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I was thrilled to have an interview with Copper in the Arts back in November, and hope you enjoy reading the whole article.