Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Kiggins welds utilitarian items to shape sculptures of bears, insects and, a topical favorite of ours, the United States.

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The brick exit hallway in Shadowbox Live's theater hosts a rotating cast of Columbus artists. The current show, work of local sculptor Jaiymie Kiggins, is a show stopper. Kiggins welds stunning sculptures of things like animals and insects out of utilitarian items. My favorite is the United States formed with rusty work tools in all their blue-collar beauty. Next up in the space is artwork from Westbridge Camera Club.