Eye on Artist: Patty Grazini
Join exhibiting artist Patty Grazini for a lecture exploring her inspiration, process of creation, and more. Patty Grazini’s work can currently be seen in the exhibition Forms of Devotion on view at BIMA through June 9, 2019.
The lecture will be followed by a reception with light food and drink in the gallery.
About Patty Grazini
Patty Grazini, from Seattle, presents several series of paper sculptures transporting the viewer to a fantastical and sometimes forgotten world. Her work intertwines intriguing and eccentric narratives from history with detail, depth and devotion. Grazini cuts and sculpts fine found and hand-dyed papers from Europe and Asia. Her most recent series is constructed with paper currency from all over the world to portray intricate scenes from nature.
About Forms of Devotion
This solo exhibition will feature over twenty works, including pieces from private collections and recent works. Also included is Grazinis largest work to date, the popular paper sculpture titled Elizabeth Lyska, Giantess from BIMAs Permanent Art Collection. BIMA is pleased to sponsor Grazinis first solo art museum exhibition. Patty Grazini is represented by Curtis Steiner Gallery in Seattle.