Partners

Partners

A Little Wrong

Artist

Julie Byrne

Artwork Owner
Short North Alliance
Partner

(Not) Sheep Gallery

Collection
Short North Mural Series, One World
Description:

Clay provides the artist with a chance to make anything, capture any detail, and speak in any voice to convey an idea. Its flexibility and strength is god-like empowering (from dust, and unto dust) and do-overs are a matter of determination. “My work has evolved from stories, my own and... Read more

Clay provides the artist with a chance to make anything, capture any detail, and speak in any voice to convey an idea. Its flexibility and strength is god-like empowering (from dust, and unto dust) and do-overs are a matter of determination. “My work has evolved from stories, my own and stories and those I have borrowed from others. Over the years I have built a cast of characters who do my bidding. The job of creating a sculpture as story is, for me partly, my job, and partly the work of the finished piece.”

Note: mural is on the east facing wall.

The Short North Alliance and 10 partner galleries and art institutions present the seventh rendition of the highly popular Short North Mural Series titled One World, which showcases the diversity of global artists and their experiences. One World is a project of the Short North Alliance and is made possible with support from the Greater Columbus Arts Council, the Ohio Arts Council, and the Short North Alliance Art Fund.

Dates

Made: 2020

Media
Info about this place
Street Parking
Outdoors
Categories
Mural
Address:

15 E. Second St.
Columbus , Ohio 43215
Franklin County

Materials

Vinyl

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