Mei-ling Hom

(above, Mei-ling Hom's wire cloud forms at Fleisher/Ollman gallery, Philadelphia)

On Tuesday's Magazine section in the Philadelphia Inquirer, there was a great photo spread of Mei-ling Hom, a South Philly artist, working on her installation at the Smithsonian's Sackler Gallery.

Also, in last week's Philadelphia Weekly, Roberta Fallon had a friendly studio-visit of an article on her work. She is an area artist to know. I also think she will be featured at some time in the future, by Smithsonian magazine. So, keep your eyes open...she's producing some really well-crafted, rich stuff. (Clouds signify good fortune in Chinese culture.)

She also has an installation coming up at the Philadelphia Airport...unfortunately, you can't see it unless you have a ticket. But they do have pictures on their website:


benvolta  – (Friday, 02 September, 2005)  

Wednesday, September 7, noon - 1 pm at PAFA: The Art-at-Lunch series presents"Installations and Work," a talk by artist Mei-ling Hom. Free with museum
admission. Hamilton Auditorium, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 118 N. Broad
Street, Philadelphia; 215-972-2071.

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