Influenced by 16th Century Baroque opulence and Gothic design, Adam Wallacavage’sShiny Monsters show at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, is as sumptuous as it is unusual. His current solo exhibition is an installation project consisting of multiple gallery spaces that showcase his exquisite and bizarre chandeliers. Some of his recent works in the show featuring toys and Hello Kitty iconography are inspired by pop culture and Wallacavage’s love of vintage Americana.
I was originally recruited by a fellow blogger to help her run this site. And as I’m sure you can tell, our posts have been seriously lacking as of the late. I am so sorry! I just don’t have as much time on my hands as I used to. So, that being said, would any of my followers like to join in on the chandelier love?! Send me a message if you’re interested in helping me out! Thank you!
Ballroom Luminoso by Joe O’Connell and sculptor Blessing Hancock
Their chandeliers are made from recycled bike parts.