Sunday, November 11, 2007
Sunday Art Review: Philadelphia Airport Exhibitions
"Cocoons" by artist Steve Tobin
Above: Steve Tobin, a native Philadelphian artist is known for his sculptural work in glass, bronze, steel, and ceramic.
Above: An excerpt from the artist Steve Tobin's website about this exhibit: "Glass is like a river without a riverbed. Iron carries with it a visual weight and depth that is connected to the earth. The iron structures of these works restrict yet support the glass within them, but it is the ethereal nature of the glass that gives them life. These opposing but inseparable elements reflect the duality of being."
"Variations of Sophisticated Ladies", by artist Larry Donahue
Above: Artist Larry Donahue is native of Wilmington, Delaware. These works were quite whimsical yet were an exercise in depth perception as well.
Above: More pieces of the collection, which the artist intended to be viewed in total, for the full effect.
I was pleasantly surprised to find the wonderful art exhibits at this airport, it was a great way to kill some time.
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