First, there is Bradd Skubinna. The picture I have posted with this blog doesn't do justice to the ingenuity and beauty of his work. He takes the regular detritus of our lives such as twisty ties; bottle and pen caps; straws, tape dispensers; pill bottles; as well as other small plastics and transforms them into delightful and intricate mandalas.
Secondly, there is Susan Skilling who paints with gouache on handmade Thai mulberry paper. Her soothing work is full of swirls and the colors of white, gray, and black.
Thirdly, there is Benjamin Cobb with glass art reminiscent of kidneys and other internal organs. Vibrant colors, organic shapes, and striking compositions fill your visual field as you gaze at his work.
So don't wait! Take a trip to MoNA today!