Schools of Choking Fishes and Flying Saber Hawk Featured in Art ShowBy Logan Carpenter | February 20th, 2014 | Category: Arts and Entertainment, Lead Story | No Comments »
The Jason Kiley and Nik Botkin Art Exhibit is now showing at the Glenville State College Fine Arts Building and everyone is invited to view the amazing works of these two artists. See trees made of metal, ghosts of fish that have died from the pollution of their rivers and lakes, and even see the Saber Hawk, a mighty bird made of metal knifes, spoons, and other utensils. The exhibit will continue from February 20 to March 7 at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the populace to see. For more information you can contact Liza Brenner at the Fine Arts Center or check out the websites of Jason Kiley at https://www.facebook.com/OneEyedCatCrafts and Nik Botkin at http://www.apartmentearth.net/ for an example of the artwork that is presented here at GSC. So come on down and view the many phantoms of the dead fish and the Saber Hawk.