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nancy braver scatter blossom flutterflies 309 Pine Ave




nancy braver scatter blossom flutterflies  309 Pine Ave





Nancy Braver

scatter blossom flutterflies

Artist Contact:
NancyBraver.com

Photo By Dan Scott
AmericanImageGallery.com


Artist Statement




The most significant material in my work is light; each additional material is
chosen for its ability to conduct or transmit light. My work is informed by my
interest in in boundaries and the energetic exchange between objects, bodies
and the spaces they inhabit.

My use of acrylic evokes a previous generation of West Coast art, whose
practitioners adopted engineering and fabrication techniques that reflected the
burgeoning aerospace industry. I chose acrylic for this work because of the
material's translucence, which allows the eye to look through the piece, while
creating a form that appears solid.

The work is both object and experience. The ambiguity between inside and
outside creates temporary illusions, defined by vantage point and the viewer's
own movement. I have an architectural interest in form, and shape and create
negative space within architectural environments. The site of installation
becomes part of each of my works, which typically respond to the surrounding
architecture.

28 Light Based exhibits at 25 locations throughout Downtown Long Beach. December 5 -January 15, 2010

Let there be Light
28 Light based installations in 25 locations for 42 nights.
Pedestrian viewing, 5pm – 1 am nightly.
Let there be Light
28 Light based installations in 25 locations for 42 nights.
Pedestrian viewing, 5pm – 1 am nightly.


Self Guided Art Walk. Published and online Map and Cell Phone Audio Tour guide available at DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com and throughout Downtown Long Beach.


Dates: December 5– January 15, 2010
Artist Reception/Celebration: December 19, 2010

Locations: 390-342, 122, 106, 104, 102 E 3rd Street, Pine Ave at 3rd St, 309, 248, 246, 257 Pine Ave, 170 N Promenade, The Pike at Rainbow Harbor 81 Pine Ave, 150 Bay Street, 21 & 24 Aquarium way.


Media Contact:
Contact: Liza Simone, Executive Director, Phantom Galleries L.A., 213.626.2854. Liza@phantomgalleriesla.com

Long Beach, CA: Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by invigorating the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 25-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.


Just after sundown on December 5, Phantom Galleries L.A. will switch on Let There Be Light, a stellar display of artists and art installations, including video, neon, and kinetic light sculptures.

Let There be Light hosts an impressive array of 28 artists, both emerging and renowned, including: Richard Ankrom (neon sculpture), Kent Anderson Butler (video), Laddie John Dill ( Neon and Sand installation), Nancy Braver (sculpture/installation), Enrique Chiu (neon), Susan Chorpenning (site-specific installation), McLean Fahnestock (site specific installation) , Candice Gawne (neon), Richard Godfrey (Sculpture of light and Movement), Parichard Holm (video installation) Beth King (glass sculpture), Helen Lessick (site specific intallation) Karen Lofgren (light based sculpture) Justin Lui (light based sculpture) Joella March (neon), Eric Medine (video), Uudam Nguyen (Light Based Sculpture) , Rebecca Niederlander (Light based Sculpture), Christina Pierson (video instllation) Astra Price (video installation), Jeremy J Quinn (video), Deanne Sabeck (ligh based sculpture), Ben Shaffer (site specific installation), Klutch Stanaway (sculpture) Kazumi Svenson, David Svenson (neon), and Philip Vaughan (neon works and installation), Meeson Pae Yang (site specific installation).

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

Highlights

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)


Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung. (On View thru March 1)

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughan will present the West Coast debut of “freefall” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

Laddie John Dill, a Los A











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candice gawne





28 Light Based exhibits at 25 locations throughout Downtown Long Beach. December 5 -January 15, 2010

Photo by AmericanImageGallery.com
Let there be Light
28 Light based installations in 25 locations for 42 nights.
Pedestrian viewing, 5pm – 1 am nightly.
Let there be Light
28 Light based installations in 25 locations for 42 nights.
Pedestrian viewing, 5pm – 1 am nightly.


Self Guided Art Walk. Published and online Map and Cell Phone Audio Tour guide available at DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com and throughout Downtown Long Beach.


Dates: December 5– January 15, 2010
Artist Reception/Celebration: December 19, 2010

Locations: 390-342, 122, 106, 104, 102 E 3rd Street, Pine Ave at 3rd St, 309, 248, 246, 257 Pine Ave, 170 N Promenade, The Pike at Rainbow Harbor 81 Pine Ave, 150 Bay Street, 21 & 24 Aquarium way.


Media Contact:
Contact: Liza Simone, Executive Director, Phantom Galleries L.A., 213.626.2854. Liza@phantomgalleriesla.com

Long Beach, CA: Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by invigorating the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 25-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.


Just after sundown on December 5, Phantom Galleries L.A. will switch on Let There Be Light, a stellar display of artists and art installations, including video, neon, and kinetic light sculptures.

Let There be Light hosts an impressive array of 28 artists, both emerging and renowned, including: Richard Ankrom (neon sculpture), Kent Anderson Butler (video), Laddie John Dill ( Neon and Sand installation), Nancy Braver (sculpture/installation), Enrique Chiu (neon), Susan Chorpenning (site-specific installation), McLean Fahnestock (site specific installation) , Candice Gawne (neon), Richard Godfrey (Sculpture of light and Movement), Parichard Holm (video installation) Beth King (glass sculpture), Helen Lessick (site specific intallation) Karen Lofgren (light based sculpture) Justin Lui (light based sculpture) Joella March (neon), Eric Medine (video), Uudam Nguyen (Light Based Sculpture) , Rebecca Niederlander (Light based Sculpture), Christina Pierson (video instllation) Astra Price (video installation), Jeremy J Quinn (video), Deanne Sabeck (ligh based sculpture), Ben Shaffer (site specific installation), Klutch Stanaway (sculpture) Kazumi Svenson, David Svenson (neon), and Philip Vaughan (neon works and installation), Meeson Pae Yang (site specific installation).

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

Highlights

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)


Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung. (On View thru March 1)

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughan will present the West Coast debut of “freefall” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach, creates a new site-specific work of silica sand mix and neon.

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

Trifold map of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com or PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7 however, it is recommended that the exhibits be viewed from 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest. Richard Godfrey and Susan Chorpennings work is best viewed at various times of the day.

Phantom Galleries L.A. is a Los Angeles County-based organization that transforms properties in tran









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