Virginia Harrison began creating what she calls “memory markers” after the death of her young son. These unique bronze plaques commemorate loved ones. In addition to the memory markers, she also creates other bronze artwork such as intricate baskets woven from bronze wire. Spark visits with Harrison at her foundry.

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