As part of BLUE: An Homage to Picasso at Glenn Dallas Gallery (a group show of 30 plus artists) opening in Santa Barbara on February 7th, artist Nicki Sucec is is creating an art installation to benefit the community. Tempest-Tossed is a three-dimensional painting laid out on the floor (roughly 20 ft. long by 7ft. wide) made up of what is for some, the very fabric of survival—sleeping bags, blankets and clothing for warmth. Cocooned figures will become a group portrait in shades of blue. At show’s end all materials will be donated to those in need.
If you would like to contribute $20 for a sleeping bag, please email Nicki at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Smedley and sucec installations are part of a strong showing of women artists at GOOD AND MAD exhibition in MONTEREY, CA, NOVEMBER 3-6, 2018
1st Thursday Artwalk Reception, November 1 from 5 to 8pm
Sophie Cooper, Diane Giles, Patrick Hall, Sol Hill, Laurie MacMillan, Patricia Post, Joan Rosenberg-Dent, Marlene Struss, Nicki Sucec, Karen Zazon
Images clockwise from upper left: Nicki Sucec, Diane Giles, Sophie MJ Cooper, Laurie MacMillan
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melissa smedley and nicki sucec to show in "good and mad" in monterey county, Califronia. Nov. 3-6. 2018
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