I am very excited to announce my first solo art show, Mechanical Love Stories will be opening at The Art Base Annex in Basalt, Colorado, which is a hop, skip and jump away Aspen on April 8th. The Art Base is formally the Wyly Arts Center which has been and continues to be the epicenter of the arts community in the Roaring Fork Valley.
My show will consist of new works in sculpture, photography and constructed pieces utilizing vintage power tools, mixed media of steel and hardwoods, in the description offered on The Art Base website, "
April 8 – May 7
The Art Base Annex will feature Roaring Fork Valley resident and artist Glenn Smith in an upcoming exhibition, Mechanical Love Stories. Opening reception is Friday, April 8, from 5:00-7:00 pm. Mechanical Love Stories is a collection of sculptures and photographs utilizing “tools of the trade,” beckoning the viewer to “come closer and investigate.” Glenn’s work tells the unspoken stories of machines and hand tools by highlighting the hidden details that we all take for granted.
Here is a small sample of the work I will be exhibiting as well as my Facebook event page for information of my upcoming show! Please look through my website and please feel free to comment by emailing me on my contact page.
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