Faculty’s Sculpture Featured in Daily Paper

January 10th, 2012 by Katlin McNally
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Screenshot from the Columbus Dispatch article featuring a photograph by Abigail S. Fisher

The Columbus Dispatch recently featured Andrea Myers, CCAD adjunct faculty, in an article about her sculpture Everlasting, which is currently on display at the McConnell Art Center of Worthington.

The piece is a large, low bowl containing dozens of circular layers of colorful fabric.

“It’s the cutaway that’s revealing an unexpected interior,” Myers said in the article. “On a micro scale, it would be (one of Wonka’s) Everlasting Gobstoppers; macro, it would be the Earth cut in half. They’re vastly different objects in reality, but they can look the same.”

In her work, Myers explores the space between two-dimensional and three-dimensional by mixing painting, printmaking, and sculpture.

The article also notes that Myers was a recent recipient of the Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship.

Read the full Columbus Dispatch article here.

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2 Responses to “Faculty’s Sculpture Featured in Daily Paper”

  1. Jodi Brady says:

    Congratulations Andrea!

  2. Becca says:

    Artist always create a unique master piece..great job! the best thing is they know what it means.