There is a contemporary art exhibit at the Heard Museum that has been on view all year but I've never featured it before. That is because it didn't seem that the photos of the pieces were as impactful as seeing them in person.
However, I love the idea of what the artist does so I decided I'd show you a few of her pieces. The artist is Brenda Mallory and she uses reclaimed objects to create her art. She says "The idea that an object has more than one use, more than one life in it, is what appeals to me." I love that idea.
The piece at the top is called Biophilla: Emergent Properties and it's made from waxed cloth, wires and nuts and bolts.
To the right is a piece called Presession and is made of ceramic.
This one has an interesting name, it's called Demeter Does the Math (and Cries). This one is also made from waxed cloth and wire.