I mentioned this exhibition before, the Needle Felting Extravaganza — it is ending tomorrow… if you are in NYC, you still have time to stop by and see some amazing needle felting work, but for you who don’t live here, here are some photos I took from the opening reception night… Each work was so original and very creative, and miraculous attention to details, I was amazed! Hope you enjoy!
I’m starting off with Hine Mizushima‘s “The Unnatural History Museum”…
She was wearing the giant squid! (It was really nice seeing you there, Hine-san!)
Next up, “Strangeland” by Kit Lane…
The tip of these strings were lit!
“Icons & Totems & Pieces of the Past” by Moxie…
Last but not least, “Fractured Fairy Tales” by Yoko Nomura…
Which one is your favorite? :)
If you are in NYC, the Needle Felting Extravaganza is opening today featuring amazing 4 Needle Felting Fiber artists — Moxie, Hine Mizushima (can’t wait to see her & her work!), Kit Lane, Yoko Nomura at gallery hanahou. << 611 Broadway, Suite 730, NYC
7th Floor of the Cable Building, NW corner of Broadway + Houston >>
I’m going to the opening reception tonight and see if I can snap some photos for those of you who don’t live close — stay tuned!
See the show sneak peek here :)
I mentioned about 1st Thursdays DUMBO Gallery walk before, the June one is tomorrow — I think I will stop by again :)
111 Front Street Galleries have so many galleries in the building — you couldn’t help but notice the building itself — bright neon pink entrance with big “GALLERIES” sign on the wall through the glass door. (the picture doesn’t show the pink, it was at night and the lighting made it look like red… but it is really a neon pink!) So awesome.
and on the way back, the big “EXIT” sign tells you where to go :)
Love the boldness!
Off to a letterpress studio… have a great day :)
Good morning. It’s Monday again. I hope you had a nice weekend… wasn’t it beautiful? NY was :)
On Saturday, I got to go to an interesting exhibition (literary art exhibit) called Don’t Become the Things You Hate presented by Seasick Mama. Each art was done in only six words and it was each artists’ expression of “how they survive” during the recession.
The Stand Alone Gallery is a mobile gallery and so it was on the street of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, it was pretty cool. And the exhibition was all black and white, only few words, it was standing out on the busy street of Williamsburg for sure. When I went there, they were in the middle of setting things up, but I at least got the art pictures… Enjoy!
Erin from Design For Mankind‘s work:
(They were still setting up all the captions so I couldn’t really tell which one is from who…)
They had special T-shirts for this exhibition, too…
I like this layout.
Have a great day!