Archive for the ‘Installation’ Category

Silk Sculpture Installation

I installed my blue silk sculpture “The Ocean’s Whisper to Me” last week in the newly renovated Park Towne Place Apartments in Philadelphia. It was a new experience for me to be installing artwork in the middle of a construction site. Hard hats were required although maybe not necessary. It was scary though, especially when one […]

Read More

Inspiring Artist

I’ve been thinking a lot about the art of cut outs. I love the way it looks. Here’s 3 artists that are using cut outs in their work. The first one is Mia Pearlman. A lot of her work is paper. She layers these large pieces of paper that have been intricately cut to create site specific installations that […]

Read More

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.  

Read More

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 […]

Read More

The Centre for Vibrant Living

I’m showing some work at The Centre for Vibrant Living in Kennett Square, PA for the months of June and July. I have a few photos to share but they don’t show everything as the lighting wasn’t set before I left. I created new small layered acrylic paintings on Plexiglas for a window installation. Pretty […]

Read More

GoggleWorks Show

I’ve imagined this show for a year and now it exists until April 14th at the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in Reading. I worked closely with Lauralynn White at the GoggleWorks for 2 days and that was just on installing the sculptures and planning the layout of the show. The large sculptures are hung […]

Read More