|Brian Kane's Laser Cut Acrylic|
We've got the "air" element on April 4th. Come to find out, that along with internationally known artist Brian Kane's display of sculpted balloons @ Most Wanted Fine Art (5015 Penn), there's also a Kane showcase "Private Fashion, " It's a collection of images exploring the fashion of privacy which includes laser cut acrylics and thermochromatic looks; also there is organic sculpture formulated from foam and clay. More than enough of the weird and fashionable to go around. On the more traditional side, you'll see Brother Strawberry, strolling up and down Penn Avenue. Catch him on the right corner, and he'll make you a cool hat, or some other cool thingamabob. At the Glass Center (5472 Penn), you'll find Joesph McLaughlin from the CMU/Pitt Quality of Life Technology Center. He'll bring "Woodie" who scoots around in his Lego wheelchair. McLaughlin will tell how his organization creates systems that help people with disabilities remain independent and healthy. At the International Children's Gallery (5020 Penn), Gordon Kirkwood will demo his Laser Smoke Ring Collider. Is that GA/GI or what?
|Artist/Inventor Gordon Kirkwood|
|From the Quality of Life Tech Center|
|Look for Brother Strawberry!|