Art

Better Made Mori – The Incinerator Show @ Ocelot Print Shop

The Detroit incinerator is one of the longest-running environmental health issues for folks here in the city. Anyone who lives downwind, or even drives by, is familiar with the smell when something particularly foul is being burned. And if you can smell it, that means you’re inhaling it, which has led to a preponderance of […]

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The Lounge of Saturn @ Popps Packing

Popps Packing is pleased to present our winter salon show, The Lounge of Saturn. Saturn is known as the mythological god of generation, dissolution, plenty, wealth, agriculture, periodic renewal and liberation as well as the god of time. During the month of December the Romans celebrated Saturn during the Saturnalia Festival, a time of feasting, […]

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Opening Friday: WONDERLAND @ the Terhune Gallery in Perrysburg, OH

So excited for this, opens on Thursday!! WONDERLAND October 13 – November 25 Opening Reception: Friday, October 13, 6-8:30 p.m. Welcome to Wonderland: a place designed by six artist-magicians for your pleasure and consideration. Produced with minds, materials, multitudinous techniques and a pinch of playfulness, the outcome is survival, renewal, harsh beauty, hope, and reincarnation. […]

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Momento Mori: Better Made – The Incinerator Show (1st Edition)

You can check out the first works in my Momento Mori: Better Made series, which are part of The Incinerator Show, a group show at Ocelot Print Shop that opened last night, and will run through June 23rd. These are screen-printed and hand-beaded works on fabric. Remember you must die. #momentomori See more here… Images […]

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“Hiberna Floris” at Oakland University @ Culture Source

As most any high school poet can tell you: flowers die, and that’s a metaphor. The unpacking of the beauty in preservation and decay is on display in Hiberna Flores, a colorful two-woman show at Oakland University Art Gallery featuring large-scale botanical photography by Laurie Tennent in conversation with a living (and dying!) installation piece […]

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