Andrea Bogart and Erica Kimber curates the hottest trend in bringing outdoor furniture and art in doors.
OUTSIDE/IN: A celebration of outdoor art + objects
November 1 - December 15, 2023
November 11th from 6:30 - 9pm
Located inside Ideation Orange
420 West 9 Mile Road
Hazel Park, MI
This is the 2nd year I have been invited to the Reno Tahoe International Art Fair, September 14-17. I will be in booth number 201 with the Buffalo Creek Art Center, a group of amazing sculptors with mind bending artwork. Not to be missed.
I will be exhibiting my new smaller works from the series 'Taking Flight'
"Taking Flight" is a stunning and unique work of art that combines wire mesh, street banners, and sculpted wire to create a truly captivating piece. The way the banners are cut and woven through the wire mesh is masterfully done, creating an intricate and delicate design that is both visually striking and thought-provoking.What makes this artwork truly remarkable is the way it is mounted on the wall and suspended, giving the illusion that it is floating in mid-air. This adds an extra dimension to the piece and creates a sense of movement and dynamism that draws the viewer in and holds their attention.The attention to detail in "Taking Flight" is truly impressive, and it is clear that the artist has a deep understanding of the materials they are working with. The use of wire mesh and sculpted wire gives the piece a unique texture and depth, while the street banners add a touch of urban grittiness that contrasts with the delicate nature of the weaving.Overall, "Taking Flight" is a stunning work of art that showcases the artist's skill and creativity. It is a piece that demands to be seen in person, and is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who experiences it.
If you are interested in purchasing them before they are on display, please email or call. firstname.lastname@example.org or 818-679-8664
Installed in time for Earth Day 2022, Rescued Refuse is an exhibition of artworks by Shelley Heffler created from up cycled vinyl street pole banners and fence graphics. Beginning in 2017, the City of West Hollywood's arts Division began offering used vinyl to artists. This used vinyl was once used to display artwork on fences around the City or to advertise West Hollywood art events on street pole banners. Shelley received some of these vinyls and it inspired her to create a whole new body of artwork derived from cutting slashing, crunching and weaving these materials into new forms.