Friday, August 30, 2013

Factory Flowers at Studio 2091 September 7, 2013

Next saturday my artwork will be featured at Studio 2091 in Cuyahoga Fall, Ohio. There will be a reception that evening, free parking, fancy fingerfoods & already a fine case of various wines to offer.

Bridget D. Ginley
Studio 2091
2091 Front Street
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221
Hours Tuesday - Friday 4:00Pm - 8:00 Pm
Saturday 12 - 6 or by appointment

September 7, 2013 - October 9, 2013

My new works are flowers created from found or recycled items often outdated or replaced
items. The frames were generously donated by one of my most loyal old friends the awesome CLEVELAND CHICK  from a local chain restaurant, collaged over and recreated into a new piece. The new works are heavily influenced by steampunk, industrial surroundings and the works of Jay DeFeo. Two flowers have entered two major collections in Cleveland Ohio just this year, The Progressive Collection and another I will soon announce once the deal is inked. Inking going on right now so update soon. To blend recycling and creativity is my ultimate goal when assembling a body of work. This show features a focus on bionic botanicals, cyborgian strains in an altered post industrial wasteland.

The gallery where the works will be featured is located in the Akron area of Ohio. Amy Mothersbaugh has founded the gallery to create a space to showcase her work and of the local and international flavor of the creative energy she has created. The gallery hosts studio space, exhibition space, a retail area for local art and several exhibition walls in a small cool space by the falls of the cuyahoga. An opening drawing group is hosted each Wednesday and the parking is plentiful and free in the mall area next to the falls. Hope to see you there !

 The website is HERE 
Directions to the gallery HERE
Amy's awesome Facebook  page HERE
Facespacebookeventpage HERE

 As a dj at WRUW, our all day concert will also be in full effect and i will be there before and after my opening to hang with the tribe who mans your college radio station. That event and the bands playing ( did i mention it's free ?!? ) is HERE.  I hope to see you that day, a full sizes day of  music and art will be one of the best days of 2013 for me for fun and fellowship. 

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