Gerry Stecca

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Early stages of a mixed media painting which involves the use of tree bark. At the studio in the Deering Estate at Cutler park, Miami, Florida.

Early stages of a mixed media painting which involves the use of tree bark. At the studio in the Deering Estate at Cutler park, Miami, Florida.

DETAILS OF : "Miami Vine I" 2014. 16’ x 4’ x 4’. Wooden clothespins, galvanized wire and painted conduit. Created for the 2014 Festival of the Arts at the Deering Estate at Cutler park in Miami, Florida. Title of this year’s exhibition: “In Deep” partly sponsored by a grant for the Endowment for the Arts. By Gerry Stecca

"Miami Vine I" 2014. 16’ x 4’ x 4’. Wooden clothespins, galvanized wire and painted conduit. Created for the 2014 Festival of the Arts at the Deering Estate at Cutler park in Miami, Florida. Title of this year’s exhibition: “In Deep” partly sponsored by a grant for the Endowment for the Arts. By Gerry Stecca

"Miami Vine I" 2014. 16’ x 4’ x 4’. Wooden clothespins, galvanized wire and painted conduit. Created for the 2014 Festival of the Arts at the Deering Estate at Cutler park in Miami, Florida. Title of this year’s exhibition: “In Deep” partly sponsored by a grant for the Endowment for the Arts. By Gerry Stecca

The old studio. Thank you “Social Florida’s Guide” for the visit and photo. Circa 2012.

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Clothespin Artist Gerry Stecca - art loft

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center (WA) outdoors sculpture 2009 by GerryStecca.com. Installation day.
See sledie show of installation here: http://youtu.be/m3nM0UOKh-U
Webster’s Woods Art Park a five-acre art park featuring over 100 sculptures and site works seamlessly integrated into unique woodlands in the middle of an urban setting 
The first sculptures were installed in Webster’s Woods in 2000 and every year new pieces are presented through the Center’s Art Outside program. Visitors can explore the site independently by using the park trails and discover artworks hanging in trees, burrowing in the ground, or camouflage by the natural beauty of the foliage. 

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center (WA) outdoors sculpture 2009 by GerryStecca.com. Installation day.

See sledie show of installation here: http://youtu.be/m3nM0UOKh-U

Webster’s Woods Art Park 
a five-acre art park featuring over 100 sculptures and site works seamlessly integrated into unique woodlands in the middle of an urban setting

The first sculptures were installed in Webster’s Woods in 2000 and every year new pieces are presented through the Center’s Art Outside program. Visitors can explore the site independently by using the park trails and discover artworks hanging in trees, burrowing in the ground, or camouflage by the natural beauty of the foliage. 

"Miami Vine I"
By Gerry Stecca: Deering Estate Festival of the Arts 2014
4’ x 4’ x 16’ Wooden clothespins, galvanized wire and painted conduit.
(My first GIF file… bare with me)
www.GerryStecca.com

"Miami Vine I"

By Gerry Stecca: Deering Estate Festival of the Arts 2014

4’ x 4’ x 16’ Wooden clothespins, galvanized wire and painted conduit.

(My first GIF file… bare with me)

www.GerryStecca.com

MERMAID TAILS II  2014

Created for Mermaid Invitational at MIA Galleries (Miami International Airport Central Terminal gallery) now on display. This group show brings back gallery veterans who apply a South Florida twist to the theme of mermaids.

SEE VIDEO HERE: http://youtu.be/EXJnkXx5NGY

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Mixed media experiments are paying off. This particular example (5” x 6”) is on paper. Three layers of plaster, embedded tree bark and, as you can see, a few other media. I am aiming at works that play well with my sculptural creations.

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