Do you find that you obsess much about things? For Barbara Franc, a London-based artist, she particularly obsesses about the shapes and sculptural forms of animals, who uses wire, scrap metal and discarded items to create three-dimensional sculptures of animals such as owl, squirrel, rabbit, toucan, etc.
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