|Gerry Stecca's clothespin tree|
After 15 years of doing murals, paintings, installations and sculptures, Gerry Stecca finds that clothespins are earning him the most attention.
He orders 50,000 at a time and transforms them into wall hangings, sculptures and large installations. Some are showing at Greener, a group show at The Projects in Fort Lauderdale's F.A.T. Village, and at PL8 Kitchen, a Himmarshee Village restaurant that will host a May 24 reception where people can meet Stecca over a free drink and see a slide show of his art.
|Gerry Stecca (photo credit: SimonHarePhotography.com)|
"I like this kind of work because I'm not thinking about what I'm doing," Stecca says. "Once I have a direction, my mind just wanders and I could be thinking about anything ... until I get poked by the wires and start bleeding and come back to earth ... These little wires I use are so sharp." ...
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