Richard Mawdsley

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American artist

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According to Wikipedia, Richard Mawdsley is an American artist known for his work in metalsmithing, particularly narrative sculptures and vessels made of precious metal tubing, cogs, gears, and mechanical components. Early years Richard Mawdsley was born in 1945 at Winfield, Kansas. He attended Emporia State University from 1963 to 1967, majoring in Art under instructors Don Hazelrigg and Ron Hickman. He stumbled upon metalsmithing accidentally as he could not get into a printmaking class and opted to take metals instead. After this introduction, Mawdsley majored in metals and began to make works inspired by Pop art.

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