Archive for the ‘Public Art’ Category

Philadelphia Open Studio Tours 2015

Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (POST) continues this weekend. My work is part of the tour at Park Towne Place Apartment Homes at 2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway. My Ocean Blues sculpture is installed downstairs in the lobby and other sculptures are installed in one of the finished units on the 16th floor. Other InLiquid artists’ work is installed in other units […]

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Community Mural Painting

Posted by lindacelestian on September 17, 2015 in Acrylic Paintings, All Posts, Blog, Mural, Public Art | 1 Comment

Let me explain how I came to paint 2 community murals. I belong to a neighborhood hiking group. My husband plans the route usually because he’s good at it. He prints maps and works out how many miles we’ll cover and approximately how long we’ll be out. I just show up. I know from past […]

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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 […]

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Inspiring Artist

Posted by lindacelestian on September 15, 2014 in Blog, Inspiring artist, Public Art, Sculpture | No Comments

While I was at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina studying Public Art our class had the incredible fortune to visit the studio of Hoss Haley. What a down to earth amazing artist this southern gentleman is. A sculptor working in metal, Hoss makes pieces for galleries and public settings. His works have beautiful curvilinear lines. […]

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Penland School of Crafts / Inspiring Artist

I’m registered to take a week long class at Penland School of Crafts in, North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Penland School of Crafts is a national center for craft education with a long history of providing experiential education in the art of making. I’m going at the end of August to take the class Developing a Public Art Practice […]

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