Fredericton, NB: Ingrid Mueller Art + Concepts

After my visit to Gallery 78 in Fredericton, I walked over to the Ingrid Mueller gallery.

Ingrid Mueller logo

This modern gallery with white walls and a striking black ceiling definitely caught my attention. Inside, works of artists from the Atlantic provinces hang on the walls. Pieces of pottery and jewelry are also housed in this beautiful space.

Ron Shuebrook

Ron Shuebrook

Rick Burns

Rick Burns

Jennifer Mackleur

Maja Padrov

Maja Padrov

Maja Padrov

Many thanks to Aidan for taking me on an art tour here and for sharing stories about life in Fredericton.

Many thanks to Stacey at Tourism Fredericton for arranging this visit.

Photos by Jordana.

MASS MoCA – Material World: Sculpture to Environment

Material World: Sculpture to Environment at MASS MoCA

A friend sent me these interesting photos from one of the current exhibits at MASS MoCA. The artists of the exhibit, titled Material World: Sculpture to Environment, use ordinary objects (e.g., aluminum, rolls of paper, rope, fishing line) to alter the existing spaces within MASS MoCA’s galleries.

Material World: Sculpture to Environment at MASS MoCA

Material World: Sculpture to Environment at MASS MoCA

The artists, Michael Beutler, Orly Genger, Tobias Putrih, Alyson Shotz, Dan Steinhilber, and collaborative team Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B. Nguyen, “create their work against – or in concert with – the backdrop of the museum’s reclaimed factory space, its history, and its own rich assemblage of brick walls, wooden columns, steel beams, and multiple layers of paint”.

Material World: Sculpture to Environment at MASS MoCA

Material World: Sculpture to Environment at MASS MoCA

Material World: Sculpture to Environment at MASS MoCA

The exhibit runs until the end of February 2011 so if you’re in Massachusetts between now and then, you may want to stop in and surround yourself with these impressive installations.

More information can be found here.

Images courtesy of Taylor Shoolery.

The Friday Five: Whiteout Chairs

“White is the new black.”

The Danish exhibition, Whiteout, showcases almost forty snow-white chairs.  Amazing and beautiful, right? If only I was in Denmark to see this in person.



Dissolving Chair



Images from SE via Lotta Agaton.

The Knitting Clock by Siren Elise Wilhelmsen

Norweigan artist Siren Elise Wilhelmsen’s knitting clock is pure coolness. It knits one two-meter scarf per year. Amazing, right?

Developing Time - Time Developing, by Siren Elise Wilhelmsen

Image courtesy of Core77. Via Design for Mankind.

A Golden Tricycle

Gosh…now even the youngest tots can get a set of gold rims…

At the Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto

Image via Art Toronto.

Travel: Galerie Denise René in Paris

While strolling along the Boulevard St. Germain on the Left Bank (Rive Gauche), I came across the Galerie Denise René. The current exhibit is Anne Blanchet‘s light drawings all in white and I was instantly attracted.

Galerie Denise René

Works by Anne Blanchet

image courtesy of Denise René

For more information about the Anne Blanchet exhibit click here and here.

For more information about Galerie Denise René click here.

Photos by Jordana.

White Words in Denver

A wordy exhibit at the Denver Art Museum.

At the Denver Art Museum

At the Denver Art Museum


All photos by Jordana.

Spiral Light

The form of Canadian designer Chris Kirby‘s spiral lamp is a thing of beauty. The lamp is made from a single sheet of plastic with slits cut into it. Let the light shine!

Chris Kirby Spiral Lamp

Simple complexity

Lamp in the form of a spiral shell

Photos courtesy of Design Boom.