Monday, October 1, 2012

The Filter Foundry Artist RETNA Installation...

artist RETNA

 For any that might have wondered from my last Monday's post, what's going on behind the Berlin Wall?  This post is for you!  For any that might be wondering when I'll go from installation art back to other kinds of art in my Monday meanderings, this is the last of the installation art that I have from my current adventures.  However, I'm not sure when I'll run into more of it...

artist RETNA

 To celebrate LACMA's Artwalk 2012, the Filter Foundry commissioned RETNA to use his unique style to adorn the building at 5900 Wilshire in Los Angeles, CA.  It's a building that is across the street from LACMA.

artist RETNA

 World renowned street artist RETNA painted each section of twenty seven feet high by twenty eight feet long pane individually.  RETNA's window pane "canvas" extended more than three thousand square feet!

artist RETNA

Although I did not venture inside, this installation may also be seen from the inside looking out.  As this is a temporary installation, if you intend to visit it, I'd suggest hopping on over to their website to be certain that it's still there.

I am linking this post with Inspire Me Monday


Anonymous said...

Hola Lisa! Wow, I personally have never seen this kind of art. It is unique and amazing! Thanks for linking up with my Soul Food Monday. I hope you keep coming back for more inspirational sharing. I loved this post, I left some love & support loyal reader #58. I will also be visiting your other blog site as well. Once again, thanks! Tootles!

~SimplyyMayra :)

Miss Val's Creations said...

Interesting window art! I love the look of it and how it can be enjoyed from the inside as well as the outside.

Lisabella Russo said...

Hola SimplyyMayra! It was definitely fun and eye catching art. I enjoyed your Soul Food Monday, thanks!

Thank you Miss Val's Creations, the second link of theirs has a shot of the artist taken from the inside while he's painting, I found that quite interesting!

Magic Love Crow said...

WOw, this is stunning! It must have taken many hours! I bet it looks amazing from inside!

Lisabella Russo said...

It definitely looks like it was quite a time involved piece of art Stacy, I'm sure it's amazing from the inside too!