'Mariko Kusumoto: Unfolding Stories'
Polishing the fancy metal ornaments in the 400-year-old Buddhist temple where her father served was one of sculptor Mariko Kusumoto's childhood chores. The ornaments' gleam left a lasting impression on her imagination. Today, she uses various metalsmithing techniques to create music boxes, clocks, and other types of metal sculptures. The Fuller Craft Museum presents her work, known for its intricacy and meticulous detail, in "Mariko Kusumoto: Unfolding Stories." -- Milva DiDomizio, Globe Staff
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