Professor’s art frames local landscapes

It is a frame because the art project, titled “You Are Here,” is composed of five steel windows, absent any panes of glass, and mounted on concrete benches. Anyone stopping to ponder the windows will also get a framed view of a local park, a playground, and the majestic Sandia Mountains.

Oversized steel windows painted with New Mexico colors are part of the outdoor art installation titled “You Are Here” at Ventana Ranch Community Park on the Albuquerque’s West Side. The work was designed by a New Mexico State University professor. (PAT VASQUEZ-CUNNINGHAM/JOURNAL)

Oversized steel windows painted with New Mexico colors are part of the outdoor art installation titled “You Are Here” at Ventana Ranch Community Park on the Albuquerque’s West Side. The work was designed by a New Mexico State University professor. (PAT VASQUEZ-CUNNINGHAM/JOURNAL)

“You get these different perspectives on the local landscapes,” said

Article source: http://www.abqjournal.com/main/2013/03/26/news/professors-art-frames-local-landscapes.html

This entry was posted in Fine Art News and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.