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Blacksmiths Jim Roth and Andrew Kyte, Ann Arbor

Hearth and Heart

Blacksmiths Andrew Kyte and Jim Roth forge hot metal into art.

Fifteen years ago Andrew Kyte, then a teenager, walked into the workshop of Mike Wolfe, a blacksmith on Ann Arbor's west side, and wrote his name on the wall above the door. "I wanted to leave my mark," he says, "and I wanted someone to take me seriously and teach me."

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