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The John Suttman Gallery specializes in metal furniture and architectural elements. The gallery artist John Suttman translates classic objects, previously crafted in marble or wood, to steel. The architectural element includes Davidson Gate, Moses Gate Inside, Museum Gates, Levy-Smith Stair, Porter Rand Stair, and Lyon's relief. The furniture collection includes Subconscious Bed, Celestial Coffee, Glyphic Table, Long Arc Coffee, and Squiggleball Table. The cabinets are Vitrine Vitesse, Box Step, Schmothic, Lovers, and Adzhead.

Location: P.O. Box 1152, Ventura California 93002 Telephone 805-648-1810

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