Moscow artist Lianne Wappett’s sculptural installation “Hello” (2015), made of balloons, steel and Plexiglas, will be part of the “2017 Idaho Triennial.” “The use of balloons is odd and strange, and I’ve not seen that before,” says Triennial juror John D. Spiak. “They’re beautiful and inviting, stunning from both sides of the surface.”
Moscow artist Lianne Wappett’s sculptural installation “Hello” (2015), made of balloons, steel and Plexiglas, will be part of the “2017 Idaho Triennial.” “The use of balloons is odd and strange, and I’ve not seen that before,” says Triennial juror John D. Spiak. “They’re beautiful and inviting, stunning from both sides of the surface.” Melissa Hartley
Moscow artist Lianne Wappett’s sculptural installation “Hello” (2015), made of balloons, steel and Plexiglas, will be part of the “2017 Idaho Triennial.” “The use of balloons is odd and strange, and I’ve not seen that before,” says Triennial juror John D. Spiak. “They’re beautiful and inviting, stunning from both sides of the surface.” Melissa Hartley
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Boise Art Museum reveals the artists for ‘2017 Idaho Triennial’ contemporary art show

November 15, 2016 10:47 AM

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