Saturday, January 22, 2011

Temporary Mural Project: Colin Matthes, Winter 2011

Temporary Mural Project: Winter 2011, Edition 3 by Colin Matthes

This past Thursday in the freezing cold we said goodbye to the Kimberly Weiss mural "Build It Up Bay View" said hello to the third installment of the Temporary Mural Project with a new piece featuring Colin Matthes.

The Temporary Mural Project is curated by Faythe Levine & Aaron Polansky, it takes up 8'x 8' on the East side of Sky High (facing Howell Ave). Each mural is created by a Milwaukee based artist who is invited to create an image that promotes community, growth and creativity in our neighborhood. The murals run in three month periods.

About the featured Temporary Mural Artist:
Colin Matthes lives in Milwaukee, WI, and works across a range of media including
drawing, sculpture, installation, public art, and print based projects. In 2010 Matthes
completed the Werkkamp Residency in Antwerp, Belgium and had solo-exhibitions at
Igloo Gallery, Portland, OR and Ripon College, Ripon, WI. Upcoming projects include a
solo-exhibition at Art Space Leguit, Antwerp, Belgium.

Matthes works collectively with Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative (www.justseeds.org).
They are working on a solo exhibition at the Biennial of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana,
Slovenia and a print portfolio about Migration.

Visit his website here: www.colinmatthes.com

Temporary Mural Project: Winter 2011, Edition 3 by Colin Matthes

Temporary Mural Project: Winter 2011, Edition 3 by Colin Matthes

Temporary Mural Project: Winter 2011, Edition 3 by Colin Matthes

Temporary Mural Project: Winter 2011, Edition 3 by Colin Matthes

Temporary Mural Project: Winter 2011, Edition 3 by Colin Matthes

Temporary Mural Project: Winter 2011, Edition 3 by Colin Matthes

Temporary Mural Project: Winter 2011, Edition 3 by Colin Matthes

Temporary Mural Project: Winter 2011, Edition 3 by Colin Matthes

Full photo set here.

Past Temporary Mural Project artists include:
Edition #1 Alyssa Schulte, Summer 2010
Edition #2 Kimberly Weiss, Fall 2010

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