Urban Illuminations | Lights

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Available Styles:Contemporary/Transitional, Modern
Delivery Format:3D Artwork
Weight:8 lbs
Description:Light fixtures with custom designed frosted glass.
Artist StatementThe success of my practice thrives on the interaction with new communities and environments. Through a careful investigative method of gathering regional materials, native plants, local stories, architectural landmarks and historic research I have focused on the creation of site-generated works of art that illuminate the unobserved in our day to day surroundings and the challenges facing our environment.
Artist BiographyMichele Brody received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 1989 and her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1994. Her work as been exhibited world wide in Costa Rica, Germany, France, Taiwan, Chicago and New York. Since 1995 she has been the recipient of a grant or residency every year from such institutions as the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, Pollock/Krasner Foundation and NY Foundation for the Arts. She currently maintains an active studio practice in The Bronx, NYC.
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago|Graduated
What I Love Doing
I love working with communities to find their artistic voices.
What I Find Beautiful
The day to day natural environment that surrounds us.
My Favorite Memory
Playing in the woods as a child and building forts.
My Favorite Art Style
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Artwork Medium Metal
Subject Matter No
Personality Type Animal Lovers, Art Lovers, Athletic, Bookworms, City Slickers, Film Buffs, Foodies, Intellectuals, Music Lovers, Nature Lovers
Recipient Coach, Colleague, Child, Couple, Grandparent, Family Members, Friend, Parent, Teen, Teacher, Significant Other
Collections Housewarming
Creative Style Contemporary/Transitional, Modern
Artwork Underlying Themes No
Sound Quality No