Alicia Forestall-Boehm – December 2014

Transformed Spaces

Transformed Spaces

Infinite Possibilities and Spaces We Inhabit

Infinite Possibilities and Spaces We Inhabit

Infinite Possibilities images

Infinite Possibilities images

Transformed Spaces

The encaustic and fiber sculptures of Alicia Forestall-Boehm reduce larger images and concepts into elegant simplified forms.   She pares down basic elements of color, shape and movement to acknowledge another kind of space.  Transformed Spaces considers the symmetry of the urban landscape and explores the physical and mental boundaries of the public and private spaces we inhabit.
Infinite Possibilities is a wall installation consisting of 30 unique wall cubes, each utilizing similar and familiar materials yet each recognizing its own distinctive space.  Spaces We Inhabit is an installation of a dozen, twelve foot high columns of encaustic and fiber sculptures created by altering 2-dimensional paintings.  This transformation acknowledges another kind of space; one of visual repetitiveness and change.

To contact this artist:

www.afboehm.com


In the News

Art on Armitage was named as the second of 5 best window galleries in Chicago by New City News in their end of year edition on Dec 22. Who knew I had competition? I certainly have been at this the longest, since 2003.

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