Two more Miami items from Pulse

At Pulse we saw two things I forgot to mention. First, an artist from Conner Contemporary (Washington, DC) named Zach Storm -- no, really. The work we saw consisted of clever drawings of posters for fictional blockbuster movies. If you're a fan of William Powhida, I think you'll like Storm's work.

Here are two images from the gallery website of an earlier work:


Zach Storm
Untitled (from The Cardinal Has Returned) (7), 2004
watercolor and graphite on paper
11 × 14 inches



Second, we saw some "mandalas" created from shopping bags by Virginia Fleck at Finesilver (San Antonio/Houston). I love the mix of shopping and devotion. The images below are from the gallery's website.


Virginia Fleck
Buymore Mandala, 2005
plastic bags, tape
104 inches diameter


Virginia Fleck
Smiley Mandala, 2005
plastic bags, tape
64 inches diameter

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