The Kelicia Project. Una Nueva Posibilidad
May 8 - June 9
Second Thursday reception May 9, 6 - 9 pm
Crane Arts Building
1400 North American Street
Influenced by Latin American and African mythology and folk art, in this exhibit Henry Bermudez creates wall-sized cut paper collages combined with giant cut-out photos featuring Kelicia Pitts, a fine art model and local curator. The installation also represents the latest art collaboration of Ms. Pitts’ ongoing “The Kandy Project,” in which she acts as the primary model/subject for a visual artist’s body of work.
For Bermudez, The Kelicia Project. Una Nueva Posibilidad connects his memories of ...
InLiquid's Art for the Cash Poor is a fabulous annual block party-style art sale that allows art lovers the chance to meet the artists, see their work first-hand, and begin or add to their art collections without breaking the bank -- all in a fun, family-friendly atmosphere.
Art for the Cash Poor traditionally brings together a group of talented fine artists, designers, and crafters, from the emerging, up and coming to the established. Works over the years have ranged the gamut from paintings, prints, photography, fiber arts, glass and ceramic ware, ...
The Making of a Modern Man
Solo show by John Y. Wind
May 17 - June 26
Opening reception: Friday, May 17, 6 - 10 pm
Artist talk: Saturday, May 18, noon - 4 pm
James Oliver Gallery
723 Chestnut Street
The James Oliver Gallery in partnership with Inliquid is pleased to announce The Making of A Modern Man, the debut solo show by artist and jewelry designer John Y. Wind.
John Y. Wind’s installations and assemblage sculptures are deeply personal reflections on desire and the commercial nature of everyday life. Made from diaristic collections of ephemera and objects, Wind is inspired by the great collagist/collectors of ...