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Artist Zen Parry

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Shrink-wrapped bones, a glass baby and an afghan made of glow-in-the-dark spiders: they’re all part of an installation piece by craft artist Zen Parry. Zen likes to use everyday materials like paper, glass and plastic, and apply craft techniques to them to create cultural touch-points. And she likes to work at night, to tap into the dream side of her brain.

First Broadcast: 2007
Producer: Jessica Martin

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Glass Artist Chris Hawthorne; Artist Zen Parry; Bluesman Joe McMurrian (813)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #813
Original Broadcast: January 4, 2007