Brooklyn-based artist Leo Tecosky is inspired by his surroundings. The influence of pop culture, graffiti art and hip hop are reflected in his unique and bold sculptures and installations. Combining traditional glassblowing with neon and screen printing techniques, Tecosky brings his modern and exciting style to the Toledo Museum of Art from November 7-16 as the 42nd Guest Artist Pavilion Project (GAPP) artist in residence. Hear from the artist and teacher during his talk at 7pm on Friday, November 9.
Toledo Museum of Art GlasSalon, 2445 Monroe St.
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