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The 'Tell Me When You Hear Me Falling Exhibit' is Abstractly Sculptural

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: sfettingis & design-milk
The 'Tell Me When You Hear Me Falling' art exhibit is filled with abstract geometric artwork. Created by Sandra Fettingis, an artist living and working in Denver, Colorado, this solo show is hot on the heels of her last exhibit titled This Time Things Will Be Different. Known for her laser-cut wood and styrene wall-mounted sculptures, her recent crop of work concentrates on triangular shapes, whereas her previous exhibition featured more rectangular forms.

Currently on display at City O’ City in Denver, the Tell Me When You Hear Me Falling art exhibit is comprised of 23 masterpieces. Although the shapes are predominantly two dimensional, there is a three dimensional element thrown into the mix due to the use of various layers and strategically placed paint. The pieces pop right off the wall. Stats for Vibrant Geometric Artwork Trending: Older & Mild
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