Born To Be Miserable

Sunday, September 18, 2011

"Bexley Public Library Art Displays" by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

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The Bexley Public Library has interesting Objects d'Art  and a low key Art show located on the dresser/stand on the right after entering the library.  One of the most interesting is a display called "Chromosome Collective" which seems to be a part of  and depicts "CyberCrime". 

The creator is Nick Gore.  According to the biographical statements about the artists, Mr. Gore 'spends time each day walking the streets and alleys of Clintonville, Ohio collecting random creative materials, known better by its collective societal name "trash".  With an overabundance of creative materials, or "trash", Nick finds it difficult to spend his hard earned money on art supplies and materials.  He believes that there is something that can be done with everything if looked at from the perspective of creativity, and strives to prove this with his art.  It is extremely rewarding to sit in a pile of "trash" and end up with an art piece that both communicates an idea and evokes an emotional response.  For questions, comments, or purchase information please contact him at

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