On view May 17th – May 20th at the ArtPadSF fine art fair
From Hitler’s pink armband to Chairman Mao’s heart shaped glasses, Scheidly’s work casts some of history’s most notorious characters in a new light rife with suggestion and commentary on masculinity, power, and satire.
Scott Scheidly: “Portraits : a series of “fabulous” depictions of tyrants, dictators and popes”
These fine black ceramic animal skeletons are made by Osaka born Japanese ceramic sculpture Kunihito Akinaga
A huge sculpture that captures a figure in a show of victory incorporates the efforts of over 3000 students along with a rather unorthodox medium. Chewing gum was used to create this work of art that symbolizes the union of two art colleges in the Netherlands. The DNA of students from Eindhovense School and SintLucas is now part of the sculpture (part of the new campaign developed by KesselsKramer) being shown at a Strijp S festival in Eindhoven.