American Craft

Micro Magic

“I GOT INTO IT BY CHANCE,” Rogan Brown says. It’s a funny way to describe how he started making his intricate paper sculptures of microbiological forms. But it’s true: The 52-year-old didn’t get his start by chasing a certain technique, but rather from a love of the natural world, down to its finest details. As

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