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Zero Gravity Creations' fusion technology makes art functional
Zero Gravity Creations' fusion technology makes art functional

When Linda Martin bought her three-bedroom home in North East, Cecil County, the arts and crafts fan wanted her French- and Asian-inspired house to be full of unique, handmade features. Martin found whimsical, glass-and-metal home decor made by Baltimore’s Zero Gravity Creations LLC while attending the American Craft Council show at the Baltimore Convention Center. Since then, she’s spent about $25,000 on three chandeliers, a bathroom faucet and sink, a table and two chairs and a table lamp with LED lights. “I like the creativity and handiwork,” Martin says. “It’s the difference between something made for you and something you pick up at a lighting...

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