“Transparence” is a solo exhibition by Angie Seykora, an instructor of sculpture at Creighton University, is an award-winning artist. She was selected for the fully funded Art-St-Urban Sculpture residency in St. Urban, Switzerland during the summers of 2014 and 2015. The exhibit, “Transparence” showcases recent works by Seykora that demonstrate her research with different textures, patterns and form. The work in “Transparence” is created with materials found in our everyday world such as vinyl, electrical tape and polyester. By using the effects of layering, taping, wrapping, knotting, and stacking, Seykora’s forms give each material new visual appeal while also showing their purpose. “Transparence” challenges Seykora’s audience to see beyond the surface of the materials and to reconsider their original uses. Support this Omaha based artist and find out if you can see through the material and possibly discover something more.

Through January 31


Petshop, 2725 North 62nd Street

Gallery Hours: By appointment, petshopgallery@gmail.com


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