SPRINGFIELD, MA, SEPTEMBER 3, 2023 — Get ready to embark on a captivating journey through time as Puerto Rican artist Gabriela Sepúlveda, renowned as The Ivory Bunny, unveils her latest art exhibition, 'Baubles of Nostalgia,' at The Dane Gallery. Opening on September 3rd, just in time for the Labor Day weekend, this vibrant showcase takes us back to the toys that enchanted us in our youth, blending art and memory.
According to Sepúlveda, this exhibition stands as a vibrant testament to her artistic evolution, where mediums and techniques meld into a kaleidoscope of creativity. "This collection is my heartfelt exploration of themes that resonate with all of us — identity, nostalgia, and the rollercoaster ride of the human experience. Drawing inspiration from the toys that illuminated our pasts, I want this exhibition to be a journey down memory lane, where each artwork becomes a portal to the intersection of innocence and adulthood."
Sepúlveda's artworks evoke introspection and emotional resonance, offering a bridge between generations. Her artistic touch transforms objects into reflections of human connections and personal growth. The Dane Gallery, situated in the historic Indian Orchard Mill, serves as a fitting backdrop for this enchanting exhibition.
Opening on September 3rd, 'Baubles of Nostalgia' extends a warm welcome to art enthusiasts, nostalgia seekers, and those intrigued by the interplay of time and creativity. For those interested in a blend of artistry and recollection, 'Baubles of Nostalgia' offers an unforgettable experience, available for viewing by appointment throughout September. Witness Sepúlveda's genius strokes as she invites us to rediscover our childlike wonder amidst the challenges of adulthood.
About the Artist:
Gabriela Sepúlveda, originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, and now a Springfield resident, is a dynamic creative force. With a vibrant spirit and a knack for multidisciplinary expression, Sepúlveda creates captivating works that bridge barriers and foster unity. A graduate of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Atlantic University College, her art draws from influences like Moebius, Camilla d'Errico, Pop Surrealism, Science Fiction, and Comics. Each of her pieces tells a story, transporting viewers to imaginative realms. She has received the Arts Next Up Showcase 2023 Award and is actively involved in impactful community projects. Through her creativity and dedication, Sepúlveda continues to enrich her community and connect hearts and minds.
For more information about her paintings, products, and commissions, visit:
The Ivory Bunny
September 3rd - September 30th, 2023
Indian Orchard Mills
34-40 Front Street
Indian Orchard, MA 01151