Prismatic Illusions (2015) Buffalo, NY - commissioned by University at Buffalo Art Galleries, and Anderson Gallery. Inspired by the architecture of Buffalo, Prismatic Illusions is inspired by the unique ornamentation seen on many of the local buildings in Buffalo. In the 1900's, Buffalo was a mecca for architects to create new dynamic buildings with the surge of income stemming from the energy created at Niagara Falls. Coined as the "City of No Illusions," Buffalo has gone through ups and downs economically but has retained it's beauty and strength.
Prismatic Illusions will be hung on the Anderson Gallery at University of Buffalo on September, 10th, 2015. It will remain up for a week when it will be transferred to the UB Art Gallery in the Center for the Arts, North Campus as part of the group show Splitting Light curated by Rachel Miller Adams.
PRESS: ARTICLE at UB Buffalo
SEWING DAYS : July 8-11th, 2015 at UB Anderson Gallery in Buffalo.
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