Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Northeastern Art

by Karen Mahoney of City by the Sea Ceramics

There's a really interesting painting in the Northeastern Student Center, right in front of the bookstore entrance. It's 3D, but if you don't know it, it seems like you're looking at a hologram of some sort. Painted by Patrick Hughes, the piece is created in a way that looks as if the point of view really changes as you shift side to side about 10-15 feet infront of it. If you are ever strolling by on Huntington Ave right across the street from the Museum of Fine Arts pop by to see this unique piece. I found a You Tube video of the piece too if you can't make it!


  1. Very cool piece! It reminds me of these guys for some reason: http://oakesoakes.com/exhibitions.php. Both are ground-breaking and fun!

  2. This is so great Karen! I had no idea that piece was there. Very cool.

  3. the oakes oakes work is cool, thanks evan! the pipe cleaner work reminds me of bjork for some reason

  4. I see this often! :) Karen, do you visit NEU often? we should meet up sometime if you do!


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