I'm not always good about getting these museum pics posted while there's still time for other people to get to the exhibit, but this time, I'm on it! And this exhibit is so, so, so inspiring! You really have to go if you're in the Boston area.
I attended the opening night of the Peabody Essex Museum's WOW or World of Wearable Art exhibit. The exhibit is fascinating and inspiring and even includes an area where you can make a paper doll with some fancy art clothing!
And now onto the life size art. Pieces in WOW -- which is actually a contest out of New Zealand -- must be actually wearable. You can read all about it here.
The artist who made this piece was actually in attendance at the event. I eavesdropped as she was chatting with some people. I was too shy to ask any questions myself, but it was interesting to hear her talk about her work:
So many amazing things to see. People are so creative. It's amazing.
This exhibit is definitely worth a visit. I hope you'll get a chance to see it!
Thanks for stopping by!