Visual Arts

July 25, 2014 7:00 AM

The Other Side: John O’Brien hammers out a new vision

After closing his popular and prestigious Dolphin gallery in the West Bottoms, John O’Brien bought and remodeled two industrial buildings in Independence, now headquarters of his Hammer Out Design business. O’Brien is collecting and experimenting with a variety of things — textiles, furniture and rugs — as well as doing fabrication.

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