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Phoenix-based metal sculptor using 3D printing featured at El Paso Museum of Art

Written by David

September 27, 2019

Artist Kevin Caron has a simple explanation for mainly using technology to design his works. “I started using a computer early in my career because I am terrible with a pencil. I can’t draw myself out of box,” he said in an interview from his home in Phoenix.

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Since then, technology has become integral to Caron’s work as a metal sculptor. For the past five years, the artist has been using 3D printing to create the designs for his work.

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The artist will be one of the speakers for the CODAsummit: The Intersection of Art, Technology and Place, taking place Oct. 2-4 at the El Paso Museum of Art. Artist Kevin Caron uses 3D printing to design works he creates in metal. The artist will speak on Oct. 3 […]

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