Special: Copperware

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By experimenting with different techniques and materials Karin Marseille - at first using textiles - developed a unique style where circles often form the basis and copperwire and spring steel is used. The photos of the models are taken by Sigel Eschko ; by creating high contrasts between light and dark the most beautiful stills are created that resemble the portraits painted by Johannes Vermeer.