Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Biophilia



The third exhibit at the Mesa Art Center that I saw was called "biophilia" and it consisted of just two pieces from Arizona artist, Mary Meyer.  She specializes in mixed media sculpture and installations.  The two pieces in this show were huge panels covered with clay objects.  The dark one above was all about seeds.



The white panel was on the opposite wall and it featured leaves.  They are quite interesting to look at. I found myself getting close to each panel and looking at all the little pieces that made up the whole panel.

11 comments:

biebkriebels said...

That must have been a lot of work to create all those items. A great effect to see it all together.

RedPat said...

Fascinating, Sharon!

Steve Reed said...

I love those! They capture all the variety and mystery in nature, while being fanciful at the same time.

bill burke said...

Very interesting and amazing. I'm always fascinated how people create new art and most of us would never thought of it.

Amy said...

I like all the different textures and how they would feel to touch them. The artist is very clever.

William Kendall said...

Unusual, but I like them.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

So much work here, I think I would have got close up to see the details also Sharon 🙃

Kay said...

What amazing works. They really draw the viewer in close. There's so much detail to see.

Mark said...

These are wonderful!

Gemel said...

How creative. Love them.

Jack said...

I love these. I would spend a lot of time with each of them.