Katrina Wagstaff qualified as a furniture designer at the London College of Furniture. In 1990 she moved to Cornwall to study ceramics and to train as a welder. While teaching 'A' Level Design & Technology at St Austell College, she met her future husband, Terence WAGSTAFF. The couple embarked on an artistic collaboration, designing and making decorative metal products. This developed into the creation of copper lattice sculptures representing the human torso. Their work centres around the concept of falling leaves, in a unique interpretation of the inherent beauty of nature.
Their sculptures, which are made from recycled copper, have been exhibited at the Harbour Gallery, Portscatho.
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