• PICTURE THIS: Eat Your ART Out at Feature Inc.

    The Works in Glass by David Shaw
    The Works in Glass by David Shaw
    Careful you are in gallery full of GLASS work by David Shaw
    Careful you are in gallery full of GLASS work by David Shaw

    Tables were set last October 17th at Feature Inc. where we walked into the reflective mirrored tables and the plethora of glass art by David Shaw for Eat Out. The sculpture glass with tree branches poking straight up from the tables gave it a fairy tale ambiance as if Hansel and Gretel walked through the woods of Waterford Crystal. Good thing no one made the mistake of dumping a bag of Chex Mix at the gorgeous vessels on display. At the front of the gallery were the space age atomic inspired drawings on the walls and floor by Jesse Bransford. Both were indeed feasts for the eyes and this makes art on the LES uniquely filling. It satiates that need by filling in the spaces of your heart with the undying love for art.

     

    David Shaw: Eat Out & Jesse Bransford / On View:  Oct. 17 – Nov. 16, 2013

    Gallery Hours: Wed – Sun (12 to 6 pm)

    Feature Inc. 131 Allen Street. NYC, NY 10002

     

    Text by: Oscar A. Laluyan

    Photography by: Olya Turcihin

    Inside the world of glass by artist David Shaw
    Inside the world of glass by artist David Shaw
    Artist David Shaw
    Artist David Shaw
    Upfront at the gallery is work by Jesse Bransford
    Upfront at the gallery is work by Jesse Bransford
    Artist Jesse Bransford
    Artist Jesse Bransford
    LES art is just chill and so are the peeps
    LES art is just chill and so are the peeps
    The ART entourage of ARTE F-- USE treks the LES galleries
    The ART entourage of ARTE F– USE treks the LES galleries
    LES Art Crowd in front of Feature Inc
    LES Art Crowd in front of Feature Inc

     

    Oscar Laluyan

    Oscar Laluyan

    Oscar A. Laluyan is a critic, curator and an art writer for several online publications, . He has worked in a museum and at an art gallery founded by a former architect of Richard Meier's firm. His passion for contemporary art is reflected and directed to seeing the future.

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