Paper Cup Art by Ivana Quezada
Charcoal on 16 oz White Paper Cup
Paper Cup Art Installation from July 3rd to 31st, 2018
Amy Van Gilder, Ivana Quezada, K.L. Britton, Lillian Fischbeck, Maggie Chiang, Nicole Bruckman, Po Yan Leung & Tory Lin
The medium of the artworks include acrylic, gouache, charcoal, pen, pencil, or paper collage
Beautiful Pasadena, A Special Installation hosted by Flower Pepper Gallery
Exhibition: May 4th – July 31st, 2018
For BoldPas: An Art Takeover (12 pm – 8 pm, Saturday, May 12th, 2018)
Organized by Old Pasadena Management
Location: 5 Windows on Holly Street (Address is 80 N Raymond Ave, Pasadena, CA 91103. The building is on the corner of Raymond & Holly.)
Window 1: Pasadena Parrots by Amy Van Gilder
(Amy also has one large installation for the art event, “Old Pasadena Postcards”, which was selected to be one of the thirteen large installations during BoldPas)
Changed to Paper Cup Art Installation from July 3rd to 31st, 2018
Window 2: Free Spirit by Valerie Pobjoy
(Valerie is also one of the three live painters for BoldPas)
Window 3: Welcome to My Town by Shanghee Shin
Window 4: The Anticipated Virtue of Disintegration by Ivana Quezada
Window 5: The Flock by Po Yan Leung
Original art pieces + installation inside each of the five windows.
About Old Pasadena
Old Pasadena is the original downtown of Pasadena, home to the Tournament of Roses and located just ten miles from downtown Los Angeles. This 22-block National Register Historic District is internationally recognized as a shining example of urban renewal. Old Pasadena is one of the premiere shopping and dining destinations in the country, featuring a cosmopolitan mix of 200 retail shops and specialty boutiques, as well as 100 restaurants, cafés, and entertainment venues. This architectural gem is pedestrian friendly and provides convenient parking and easy access to public transportation, served by major bus lines and two Metro Gold Line stops.
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Previous Exhibitions at Flower Pepper Gallery:
- 6th Year Anniversary Show from October 21st to 28th, 2017
- 4th Year Anniversary Show from December 19th, 2015 to January 19th, 2016
- Ever Surreal from August 1st to September 1st, 2015
- Xiong Mao from April 11th to May 12th, 2015
- 3rd Year Anniversary Show from December 6th, 2014 to January 6th, 2015
- Of History And Hope from April 5th to May 2nd, 2014
- The Season of Spring from March 1st to April 4th, 2014
- Handmade Christmas Ornaments Sale from December 3rd to 31st, 2013
- Designer Con 2013 from November 9th to 10th, 2013
- All Things Bright And Beautiful from May 11th to June 7th, 2013
Artist Statement and Biography:
Nicole Bruckman is an artist, curator, mother, animal lover, and animal advocate from Cleveland, Ohio. Embracing her passion for art at a very young age, Nicole went on to receive her BFA in illustration from the Columbus College of Art And Design in Columbus, Ohio.
After graduation Nicole began work as a freelance illustrator and designer. Deciding to further pursue her love for painting, Nicole moved to Los Angeles, and began showing her art as well as curating shows at various prominent Los Angeles galleries.
Compelled by her life’s passions, Nicole’s paintings are inspired by the bond that exists between humans and animals. She creates enchanting and whimsical narratives in which human and animal characters coexist in fantastic and engaging settings. Wild exotic creatures and domesticated animals alike are the guides on a sublimely surreal journey through an endless nocturne. They live in a seemingly utopian realm, in which humans are conscious of the bond between our world and the kingdom of Animalia. These works are created in the hopes that this world may one day exist, and we may recognize and respect the value in all living beings. All of the pieces are acrylic on wood panel.
Artist Website: www.nicolebruckman.com