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  Alameda Walk
Karen Silve
2013 acrylic on canvas
Art Size: 50 x 60
$8,600 (C4976KS)


  Attraction
K Silve
2013 acrylic on paper
Art Size: 20 x 26
(C4981KS)


  Avenue
K Silve
2013 acrylic on paper
Art Size: 20 x 26
(C4983KS)


  Changing Seasons
K Silve
2013 acrylic on canvas
Art Size: 58 x 68
SOLD (C4987KS)


  Love Affair
K Silve
2013 acrylic on canvas
Art Size: 42 x 46
SOLD (C4980KS)


  Market Place III
K Silve
2013 acrylic on paper
Art Size: 20 x 26
SOLD (C4984KS)


  Market Place IV
K Silve
2013 acrylic on paper
Art Size: 20 x 26
SOLD (C4985KS)


  Market XXXIX
Karen Silve
2013 acrylic on canvas
Art Size: 42 x 46
SOLD (C4978KS)


  Market XXXXI
K Silve
2013 acrylic on canvas
Art Size: 50 x 60
SOLD (C4975KS)


  Morning Energy
K Silve
2013 acrylic on paper
Art Size: 22.5 x 30
SOLD (C4986KS)


  Morning Walk K. Silve
Morning Walk
K Silve
2013 acrylic on paper
Art Size: 22.5 x 30
SOLD (C4982KS)


  Oasis III
K Silve
2012 acrylic on paper
Art Size: 20 x 26
SOLD (C4157KS)


  Walking Through
Karen Silve
2013 acrylic on canvas
Art Size: 58 x 68
SOLD (C4979KS)


Drawn by Light
November 30th - December 28, 2018 Art Walk: December 7, 2018 - 5 - 8 PM Over the past 38 years, light sculptor Craig A. Kraft has gained national recognition for his innovative neon light works. Early public artworks include the Falling Man©, 1995, sited permanently at the Cell Theatre in New York City. For the last 12 years Kraft has been working with rolled aluminum and neon to create monumental public art works. His sculptures have been featured in over 135 exhibits throughout the US (14 solo). He was invited to exhibit at both the Busan Biennale: Chasm - Crossing Over, 2004, Korea, and Hermandades Escultoricas, 2005, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. He has twice been a featured artist at the International Sculptor’s Conference. Recently, Kraft was commissioned to create rolled aluminum and neon light sculptures for Montgomery County, MD; the Downtown Silver Spring, MD, Development project; the Rockville, MD, Downtown Development Project; The Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA; The Watha T. Daniel Library in Washington, DC; and most recently a large scale 11’ x 21’ x 4’ scrambled neon “DC!” for the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanity. A array of his public works can be viewed here. A member of the faculty of the Smithsonian Institution Studio Arts Program for 23 years, Kraft received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Most recently, Kraft has investigated the universal urge to connect through marking; to this end he has traveled to France, Spain, Sulawesi, Indonesia, and in October of 2017, Namibia, Africa. As an artist turned explorer and writer, Kraft has also begun a series of articles published by Timeless Travels, a magazine specializing in art, archeology and travel.
 
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