On view in the Blue Lobby from March 21 - September 2023 is an installation of sculptures by Tyler Burton. The artist creates sculptures and installations made of cast porcelain, concrete and clay to explore environmental issues such as plastic, shelter, glacial melt and wildlife habitats.
Blue Lobby Exhibit | Tyler Burton
The Pacific Design Center is please to present an installation of sculptures by Tyler Burton. The artist creates sculptures and installations made of cast porcelain, concrete and clay to explore environmental issues such as plastic, shelter, glacial melt and wildlife habitats. In her Fossils of the Future series she explores our dependence on single use plastics through large layered monioliths and miniliths, as well as castings of plastic products. Burton is particularly inspired by the solitude and quiet of the desert and both simple and found materials that has led her from individual journey to social commentary to include the Salton Sea and California’s water issues. Burton received her BFA from Brooks Institute of Photography and is the recipient of six Artists’ Residencies at The Banff Art Centre in Canada and one at Buffalo Creek Art Center in Nevada. She is represented by several galleries in the U.S. Her work is collected nationally and internationally and has been exhibited at The American Museum of Ceramic Art and The Whyte Museum of Canada. Burton lives and works in Los Angeles and Palm Springs CA. The works are on view through September. For further information please visit etylerburton.com. For PDC art programming information please contact Helen Varola Advisory at email@example.com.
For further information about the Blue Lobby program, or to be invited to submit an exhibition proposal, please contact Helen Varola at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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