Blind Insect Gallery’s Inaugural Holiday Mini Art Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: December 10, 2020 - January 15, 2021
We are thrilled to announce Blind Insect Gallery will be holding its inaugural Holiday Mini Art Exhibition, entitled Bye 2020! to encourage supporting the arts this holiday shopping season. 100’s of small works from local and national artists will fill the gallery creating a feast of treasures including paintings, sculptures, woodcarvings, jewelry, all ready to wear or hang. All artwork can be taken home or shipped right away when purchased.
Thank you to everyone who applied,
it was a great turnout and we are so excited to announce the chosen artists for this inaugural holiday mini show. The show will run from December 10th, 2020 - January 15, 2021. Artwork will be available for purchase in person and online in our shop.
Blind Insect is a community space that features a unique collection of various artists and creatives from Peru, Uruguay, Chile, México, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Seattle, Boise, California, Portland, and more. With rotating artists, the gallery shares artwork in various media including sculpture, 2D and 3D media, paintings, collages, glass, paper maché, reproductions, and more... A space to sell your AMAZING artwork. Don’t hesitate to contact us, we’re always looking for new artists.
Blind Insect's gallery and shop feature over two dozen emerging artists from local Portlanders, to artists in Russia and South America. We pride ourselves on giving emerging and multicultural artists a platform to exhibit their work while also providing artworks at affordable price points to encourage art collecting at any age and stage of life. Collecting and living with original artwork and high-quality reproductions should be within everyone's grasp and we are doing our part to make that happen.
Mixed-Media Sculptures by Katt Sarro
"We are all born with an inherent playful zest for life, full of creativity and inquiry about the world. This pure and innocent idea of SELF atrophies as we age. I strive to combat this deterioration of imagination by creating art using a semi-chaotic slip casting process. For this series, I rely heavily on easily relatable anatomical forms. Piles of body parts amass, I allow my intuition to take over and ‘Frankenstein’ all the pieces together. This sense of play is crucial to the way the pieces combine. I strive to let go of any expectations and just create. Something magical ALWAYS happens."
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