Currently on show through August 7, 2011 is Dale Chihuly’s ’Through The Looking Glass’ exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. This exhibition of new and archival works represents the breadth and scope of the Chihuly’s creative vision over the last four decades.
Debbie Englund has lived and worked in Chapel Hill, NC for over 30 years. After her children went off the attend college, she began toying with sculpturing as a vocation. Being inspired by facial expressions, her sculptures can be described as whimsical to being thought-provoking. Here are some examples of her Face Clay Pot sculptures.
Fossilized, the first solo US exhibition of work by Jens Praet is opening at Industry Gallery January 15, 2011, 6-8 PM, and running until February 26, 2011. The Belgium-born, Florence-based Praet has shredded and recycled copies of Art in America, Capitol File, Details, Fast Company and Robb Report mixed with clear resin to create five different designs [...]
French artist Delphine Pouille’s artistic expression ranges from large scale installations, to drawing and photography. Check out some of her work below. Installation, Mixed Media
A solo exhibition of new paintings and sculptures by Carol Peligian ‘Sosomuch’ opens at DEAN PROJECT Gallery January 6th and runs through February 12, 2011. This is first solo exhibition of this New York based artist with the gallery for which the selected works were made between 2008-2010. All works in this exhibition are a continuation of Peligan’s exploration [...]
Antti Pedrozo collaborated with Dutch artist Michel de Kok on this huge Transformers Optimus Prime Ice Sculpture for Seventh Annual Dutch Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival.
The 23rd Annual Washington Craft Show was in full swing Friday, November 19 through Sunday, the 21st, bringing together many talented artists from all over the country. This is not simply a “craft” show, it’s fine crafts with the type of artisan work you see at gallery shows. Works ranged from wearable and decorative fiber [...]