Posts Tagged ‘silk sculpture’

CAMP Rehoboth – Art Exhibition

I have a closing reception on Saturday March 4th at CAMP Rehoboth Community Center in Rehoboth Beach, DE. It’s a great excuse to visit Rehoboth if you’re in the area. CAMP Rehoboth Community Center is a wonderful place that celebrates diversity and works to create a strong sense of community and a more positive environment for […]

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Silk Sculpture Installation

My silk sculptures Algae Bloom and Coral Reef Forms have been re-worked and are currently installed at NINObrand Atelier  at 333 S. 20th Street in Philadelphia. NINObrand’s designer Bela Shehu creates beautiful modern, classic clothing and accessories for her discerning clientele. Bela works with a minimal palette of black, white, and neutrals. The green silk is an […]

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In the Studio

Last week I finished 2 new fiber pieces to enter into a juried show. Both pieces had parts that were already made I just needed to follow through on my ideas to make them finished sculptures. In the case of the fungus sculpture below I dyed the sewn, nuno felted silk parts and stitched them […]

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Installing Silk Sculpture

I recently installed my silk sculpture for an upcoming event in Philadelphia in the Commerce Square, 20th and Market building on the 32nd floor.  

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Inspiring Artists

I’ve been researching artists working in the realm of public art that are using soft materials. I came up with 3 women, with different and equally impressive bodies of work. “American artist Janet Echelman reshapes urban airspace with monumental, fluidly moving sculpture that responds to environmental forces including wind, water, and sunlight.” excerpted from her […]

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Crane Arts, 2014

Posted by lindacelestian on April 15, 2014 in All Posts, Blog, Exhibitions, Installation | 1 Comment

My show at Crane Arts, 1400 N. American St. Philadelphia through InLiquid is up through April 27th. It made uwishunu, philly from the inside out’s list of Top Picks for April 2014 Art Happenings In And Around the City. Here’s what they had to say, • Overflowing: Through April 27, Crane Arts, 1400 N. American Street. InLiquid presents a […]

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