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The Big Show

Bigger is better.

Large artwork provides an awe factor that smaller sized pieces cannot, prompting a unique viewing interaction. Through their size we can visually and sometimes physically immerse ourselves into a piece. We want to see art that impacts us both through it's size and technique!

Sphere 30:

Rich blues, greens and silvers permeate delicate silk suspended within a dissected sphere of stainless steel.  
Suspended over a highly polished base of metal, the sphere appears to glow from within.  
The center rings are some of the largest embroidered areas to ever to have been produced.

As a traditionally trained artist Blair Martin Cahill is extremely interested in the new dynamic of art and uses an amazing array of modern tools in conjunction with long established techniques.
By combining traditional methods of textile production with cutting edge technology, Cahill finds infinite opportunities for producing completely unique and truly contemporary fine art.

Cahill obtained her BFA from California Institute of the Arts and then attended the University of Arts London, Chelsea for her MA in Fine Art.  This further established her individual style of combining elements of color and light.  In addition to studying at Art Center College of Design she was awarded the Digital Fabrication Residency which facilitated exploration of the boundaries of sculpture, tradition and technology. 
Cahill has lectured at the Collage Artists of America and her work is held in private collections internationally. 


Linus Galleries, 545 S. Raymond, Pasadena 91105, 2699 E. 28th Street, 

Long Beach, Signal Hill, CA 90755

Earlier Event: March 18
Later Event: April 14
Art Expo New York