Posts Tagged ‘art’

Cyndi's Birdbrids


Birdbrids, an art project by Cyndi Gusler

Leslie Banta – Art Exhibition at Eastern Mennonite University

Leslie Banta displayed her luminous paintings, stereoscopic photographs, and otherworldly sculptures at the Hartzler Library gallery. We met Leslie and her husband Rob when we wandered in to their art store in Staunton on opening day. It was a fortuitous meeting.




A Sunlit Patch at Grammy Nete's





Cyndi Gusler – Artist

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Cyndi Gusler, my colleague in the Visual and Communication Arts department at EMU, makes hybrid objects that explore the intersection between the natural world and consumer culture. Here are a few sculpture examples I photographed for her recently.

View a slide show of Cyndi’s recent work or visit her web site.

Andrew's Art Opening

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Our good friend Andrew recently had an opening at EMU. Beautiful work! You can see his images at his web site: Andrewhuth.com. We were grateful to have him as a visiting artist, and we thoroughly enjoyed late evening discussions with Andrew and Heather during their stay at our home.

Trip to DC, Nov 7, 2008 Part II: the Mall and the Hirshorn

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Pod people outside the Hirshorn

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Anna Maria and a sculpture in the Hirshorn

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Hanger sculpture in the Hirshorn

White House, Washington, D.C.

The White House

Tents for peace, Washington, D.C.

Tent project for peace

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Senate reflecting pool

Trip to DC, Nov 7, 2008 Part I: The Corcoran

Trip to the Corcoran, Washington, D.C.

Installation at the Corcoran. The artist stitched together thousands of papers that blew into her apartment after 9/11.

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Crystal, an Eastern Mennonite University Visual and Communication Arts student, at the Corcoran

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Sculpture of Eve at the Corcoran

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Anna Maria in a room built for a princess

Trip to the Corcoran, Washington, D.C.

Trip to the Corcoran, Washington, D.C.