Out of Hand Bronze Sculpture by Mary Coss
In conjunction with the "Ginny Ruffner: What If" Exhibition at BIMA, we are featuring artists from Ms. Ruffner's Non-Profit, SOLA (Support for Old Lady Artists).
From the Artist's Statement: Mary Coss
Mary Coss is an interdisciplinary artist known for haunting installations that explore the human condition. Born in Detroit to a family of makers, Coss traveled and lived throughout the country and settled in Seattle. She received her MFA from Syracuse University, Dept. of Experimental Studios. This hybrid sculpture and media department introduced a life-long interest in layering social relevance with sculpture, projection and sound. Coss puts familiar themes into new contexts to explore the intersection of the natural and cultural worlds.
Cast bronze with patina and gold leaf.
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