Amy Gross uses everyday materials such as yarn, thread, beads and wire to create objects that mimic the natural world but remain wholly artificial. Her fiber and mixed media sculptures, nicknamed biotopes, reflect on the inevitability of change, attempting to counter inevitable vulnerability by stopping time. Her life forms are imitations of life. They, simply, do not die. Gross earned her BFA at The Cooper Union in New York City and worked as a surface designer, creating textiles, toys, and jewelry before before turning full time to fiber art. She lives and works in South Florida. Free and open to the public.
Saturday, May 29, 11am-6pm – Museum of Graffiti, 299 NW 25th Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District The Museum of Graffiti is pleased to announce Ancient Futurism, a solo exhibition of new and recent works by James Monk aka RAS TERMS, a Miami-born spiritual street artist and graffiti pioneer. The exhibition opens on May 29, 2020 […]
Friday, September 1, 6pm-8pm – Emerson Dorsch, 5900 NW 2nd Ave, Miami Emerson Dorsch is delighted to announce Karen Rifasâ€™ first show with the gallery, â€œPER FORMS,â€ opening Friday, September 1, 2017 from 6 to 8 pm. There will be a performance at 7pm. Rifas will present a vinyl floor drawing in the midst of […]
Saturday, September 6, 7pm-12am – LMNT, 59 NW 36th Street, Miami Midtown Coinciding with Children’s Cancer Awareness month, Eye of Hope showcased photographs taken by children with the Children’s Caring Cancer Center (CCCC) that captured their hopes and inspirations in their daily life. Patients as young as five were each given a camera to document their […]