Bill Paine and Susan Nash: LOOK WHAT WE FOUND!
The Hippodrome Art Gallery features local artists Bill Paine and Susan Nash. The longtime Gainesville locals specialize in found-object art created using vintage and household items, inspiring the name for the gallery “Look What I Found!” Susan, who discovered her passion and imagination years ago, says she and Bill inspire each other and help one another when pieces need a second opinion. The married couple has been together for 20 years, sparking a life full of creativity and imagination. They redefine the phrase “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” and they say that most of their material comes from junk shops, antique stores, or from friends who drop unwanted items on their front porch. The gallery features 16 lamps created by Bill, a former IT tech which beautifully illuminate the room. It also features 31 of Susan’s sculptures which use the repurposed items to bring new meaning to the things they were created with. Items used in their art include old colanders, painted tuna cans and the leg of an old piano.
The unique collection will run from January 5-February 5, and will celebrate with an Art Walk reception on Friday, January 27 from 7-10pm. Pieces are available for purchase at the Hippodrome Box Office.
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