Heather McGill: Formal Magnetism

Craig, Gerry
July 2007
Surface Design Journal;Summer2007, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses the work of Heather McGill employing laser technology in producing elements . Elaborately described and explained are the work of MacGill entitled A Pair of Opposites using laser technology in forming silhouette of objects which the writer interpreter and associates to life's actualities. Presented in its entirety are images of her designs in full scale followed with a definition of laser technology and its application to industry and art.


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