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Exhibition: “Gisela Colón: Glo-Pods” @ The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, OH

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“Gisela Colón: Glo-Pods” at The Butler Institute of American Art

 524 Wick Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio  44502-

September 13 through December 31, 2015

Meet the Artist Sunday, September 13 • 1-3 pm (Flad B Gallery, Youngstown)

Gisela Colón has fused Op Art, Pop Art, and global art world trends in a dazzling synthesis of elegant, contemporary beauty. Influenced by the Light & Space art of the Minimalists of the 1960s and 1970s, Colón’s Glo-Pods are meticulously created through a fabrication process of molding and layering acrylic materials. This exhibition is presented in conjunction with Katherine Carter Associates. 

GISELA COLÓN, Ultra Spheroid Glo-Pod (Iridescent Orange), 2014
GISELA COLÓN, Ultra Spheroid Glo-Pod (Iridescent Orange), 2014, 42x90x13
GISELA COLÓN, Hyper Ellipsoid (Iridescent Blue), 2014
GISELA COLÓN, Hyper Ellipsoid (Iridescent Blue), 2014, blow-molded acrylic, 42x90x12
GISELA COLÓN, Mega Rectanglopoid (Iridescent Black), 2014
GISELA COLÓN, Mega Rectanglopoid (Iridescent Black), 2014, blow-molded acrylic, 42x90x13
GISELA COLÓN, Ultra Spheroid Glo-Pod (Iridescent Violet), 2014
GISELA COLÓN, Ultra Spheroid Glo-Pod (Iridescent Violet), 2014, blow-molded acrylic, 42x90x13
GISELA COLÓN, Ultra Spheroid Glo-Pod (Iridescent Lilac), 2014
GISELA COLÓN, Ultra Spheroid Glo-Pod (Iridescent Lilac), 2014, blow-molded acrylic, 42x90x13
GISELA COLÓN, Mega Rectanglopoid (Iridescent Orange), 2014
GISELA COLÓN, Mega Rectanglopoid (Iridescent Orange), 2014, blow-molded acrylic, 42x90x13

via Gisela Colón: Glo-Pods – The Butler Institute of American Art The Butler Institute of American Art.

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