LA Art Show, Romi Cortier, Recio Young, JD Miller, and Melanie Engle

The Buddha’s of Artist Metis Atash

Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2018, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2018, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show 2017, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show 2018, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2017, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2018, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2018, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2018, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2018,  Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2017, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2018, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2018, Photo Romi Cortier
Buddha by Metis Atash, L A Art Show, 2018, Photo Romi Cortier
LA Art Show, Romi Cortier, Recio Young, JD Miller, and Melanie Engle
LA Art Show, Romi Cortier, Recio Young, JD Miller, and Melanie Engle

The Buddha’s of artist Metis Atash took the L A Art Show by storm. Covered in nearly 20 thousand Swarovski crystals, her Buddha’s radiated light in every direction, enticing patrons to take countless photos and videos of  her sculptures. JD Miller of the Dallas based Samuel Lynne Galleries, was a fantastic host on both days of our visit to the art show.

We were there opening night, and then again on the fourth and final day of the show. Opening night was fun and very conversational with several gallery owners and artists. Therefore, we didn’t make it to every booth. So we returned early Sunday morning and made our way to the booths that we’d missed. Our last stop was back were we’d begun… at the Buddha’s!

Atash sculpts in fiberglass, covers her creations with acrylic paint, and then meticulously bathes each piece by hand in upwards of 20,000 Swarovski crystals. The completed works can be an homage to icons like Chanel,  Lichtenstein, Warhol, or Hirst, with a zen vibe rooted  in Daoism. Her artwork has been exhibited in select galleries throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe, and has been featured in Vogue, Elle Decor, Architectural Digest and Haute Living.  And most recently her work has been seen on CNBC’s the Secret Lives of the Super Rich.

If one of these beautiful creations is in your future, then reach out to Samuel Lynne Galleries in Dallas and tell them Romi sent you.

Samuel Lynne Galleries, 1105 Dragon St., Dallas TX. 75207

214 965-9027

 

METISH ATASH

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