New ArtSpot exhibited on Broadway – Buckrail
JACKSON, Wyo. – A new ArtSpot premiered this week on Broadway with loose puzzle pieces.
Entitled “A Puzzling Escape,” the installation was created by Isis Brinker, a high school student from Shelley, Idaho, who developed the idea as part of a sculpture class led by art teacher Daniel Borup.
After being selected this fall during a public call for artists, the entire sculpture class collaborated in the construction and installation of the work.
The sculpture represents a half-finished puzzle, with brightly colored pieces escaping onto Karns Hill. Built from plywood and steel, seven other students – Emily Ball, Sam Bush, Seth Hale, Madysen Humpherys, Kaden Jensen, Tara Shigihara and Anastasia Taylor – came for a class trip to be installed at the ArtSpot on Monday. December 13. .
âWith this piece, there are no meanings or deep concepts foreseen. It’s just a fun and interesting sculpture. Knowing that it was designed and created by teenagers should also bring added value. Public art, in general, is a great way to beautify our world and make life a little more interesting, I expect this piece to do just that, âBorup said.
The ArtSpot is a JH public art project, in which regional artists are invited to create site-specific installations that inspire moments of discovery and joy for the more than 30,000 daily drivers who pass by.
ArtSpot is actively seeking annual sponsors, contact Carrie Geraci [email protected], for opportunities.
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