The Art of the Plastic Chair Exhibit is Life-Like

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Dec 15, 2012 • References: & frameweb
Artist Bert Loschner's latest exhibit entitled 'The Art of the Plastic Chair' makes us look at the patio furnishings in a new light. The artist's witty and clever installation pieces bring the seats to life, giving them lifelike and human qualities. Whether hugging one another, swinging in the air or holding an umbrella, these unique art pieces put a smile on one's face.

Playing with perception, The Art of the Plastic Chair exhibit by Bert Loschner is both inspiring and memorable. The common and inexpensive seats feature an iconic design seen and recognized everywhere.

Whether joined or stacked, the modular pieces serve as the perfect artist's medium. From their simplistic form and monochromatic color to their flexible and easily customizable materiality, the chairs are an easy canvas for a creative and imaginative mind. Stats for Personified Seating Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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