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2019 Arkansas Women to Watch: Heavy Metal 

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Michele Cottler-Fox, "She Always Ate What She Killed," necklace, wild goose feather, deer antler, squirrel skull bone, oxidized sterling silver
Amanda Heinbockel, "Reliquary for Cindy Bird," brass
Holly Laws, "Three Eastern Bluebirds," steel, copper, mahogany, found ironing board, plywood pedestal
Robyn Horn, "Layers of Steel"
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Michele Cottler-Fox, "She Always Ate What She Killed," necklace, wild goose feather, deer antler, squirrel skull bone, oxidized sterling silver

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