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Craig Anderson, an artist based in South County, Rhode Island, is inspired by his coastal surroundings. He strives to create contemporary metal sculptures that exude movement, contradictory rhythm, and uncomplicated beauty.

Craig has spent over twenty-five years in television creating, shaping, and producing shows in the electronic medium for networks including HGTV, Food Network, CBS, and Comedy Central. Then, during a trip to Paris in 2010, he was inspired to shift his passion for creating the medium of steel. Upon his return, he studied metal sculpture at Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan, Connecticut. In 2012 he established his studio, 42 Metalworks, where he works full time. Craig is a member of the New England Sculptors
Association. His work has been shown at One Way Gallery in Narragansett, RI, IMAGO Gallery in Warren, RI, Eustis Estate Museum in Milton, MA, and Newburyport Art Association in Newburyport, MA. Additionally, his piece entitled Wind Water will be part of an upcoming exhibit with SculptureNow @ The Mount in Lenox, Massachusetts during the summer of 2020.

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