Maggie Maggio

Smashing Color for the 21st Century

Racine Art Museum Symposium

I leave on Thursday for Racine Art Museum’s second Polymer Symposium at the Johnson Foundation at Wingspread in Racine, Wisconsin.

Racine Art Museum Newsletter OctIt’s an honor to have a number of pieces in both the RAM (in)Organic show and the A Revisioning: New Works in Polymer show at the H.F. Johnson Gallery at Carthage College. I’m looking forward to seeing the RAM show at a preview reception on Friday night and heading to Carthage on Saturday afternoon to see the show at the gallery.

It was especially fun to see “Temptation” featured in the Racine Art Museum newsletter that went out last week.

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MaggioRAMGrowIIIcropped4webHere’s another new piece from RAM’s (in)Organic show.

“Grow III” represents the interweaving of the animal and plant world by blurring the lines between snake and vine. 

I will need a larger oven as the pieces grow and grow!

 

2 Comments

  1. Maggie Maggio

    October 16, 2014 at 11:21 am

    Amazing serendipity! There will be lots for you to see at both shows!

  2. Wow… I came across your blog tonight while looking for polymer clay inspiration for souvenirs for my daughter’s upcoming musical. Amazingly, I live 2 miles from Carthage College and have been to the Racine Art Museum many times as it’s so close to home. Serendipity! I will have to go see your pieces – they are lovely online.

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