From October 5-October 31, 2012, New City Arts presents "Hiding in Plain Sight," new work by Charlottesville artist Kaki Dimock at The WVTF and Radio IQ Studio Gallery.
Kaki is interested in the animal kingdom and what happens beneath the surface. Her whimsical illustrations blur the lines between the animal kingdom and our built landscape by making much of what's familiar to us (birds and downtown buildings) strange through exaggerated scale and comical relationships (like a penguin walking a turtle). After her first public exhibit in October 2011, Kaki has had a wave of a successful shows and is currently designing her first large-scale piece with the Charlottesville Murals Project.
Presented by NPR, WVTF, Radio IQ, and New City Arts, our exhibit opening reception is sponsored by Feast! and Foggy Ridge Cider. The WVTF and Radio IQ Studio Gallery is located at 216 West Water Street.
Featured image: "Inside The Sperm Whale," pen and pigment on paper, 15" by 8.5", 2012.
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