Bravo to fine artist Connie DK Lane for her “Bravura” art show! (Video included at the end of this post.)
The opening reception took place outdoors on a sunny breezy afternoon. Special thanks to the gallery director/curator James MacDevitt, Brian Temp, and Sean Yang.
Artist, audience, models, and employees socialized and feasted on goodies.
An hour later, the garments in the window came down so the models (a Chinese lucky 8 of them) could wear them for the catwalk. As I danced inside the window, I shot selfies that included audience members outside — Bill, Connie’s husband was there!…
All clothing, from the fabric on up, was created by dear fine artist Connie DK Lane. If you’re in the area, the display lasts to this weekend.
“Bravura” in Connie DK Lane’s exact words: A large number of hand-made anthropomorphic forms made out of latex rubber, a simulation of apparels for all genders.
When: Runs through to April 20, 2018
Where: Cerritos College Fine Arts, 11110 Alondra Blvd., Norwalk, CA 90650
Parking: $2 on-site for entire day.
Here’s an installation she did to honor lives lost to COVID-19 here, here’s the first post about Bravura and here’s the pre-show ‘getting ready’ post. Here’s one about one of Connie’s previous shows and here’s Connie’s website.