This week’s guest organizer in our Affordable Art Online Exhibition (AAOE) series is Renaissance woman Laura Kightlinger. She has put together a fabulous show, which, of course, you’ll dig it.
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…from Saturday’s opening of “Making Friends,” “Hello, My Name Is… and “Rampage.”
l-r: Artist Ashley Hinceman, artist Jon Fukui, and Mary Kalin-Casey.
l-r: Artist/Organizer John Casey and artist Ashley Hinceman
Beginning in 2015, NIAD Art Center is delighted to announce a more expansive exhibition schedule, offering new exhibitions every month of the year (previously, shows were mounted bi-monthly).
To create his sculptures, artist Jon Fukui transforms ordinary clay into fantastical creatures that dwell in an alternate universe. Influenced by Japanese folklore and pop culture from the 1960s, including the television show “Ultra Man” and the anime series “Speed Racer,” along with “Godzilla” and other monster movies, he bases some of his works on actual characters, while others originate in his fertile imagination.
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