Linda Lopez, “Black Dust Furry with Rainbow Rocks”

Linda Lopez, “Black Dust Furry with Rainbow Rocks”

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“Black Dust Furry with Rainbow Rocks” is made with Stoneware/Porcelain

Size: 3 1/2 W x 4 1/4 D x 4 1/4 H inches

Price: NFS

Proceeds from the sale of this object will benefit the artist, Longwell Museum and Artaxis, a 501(c)3 non-profit art organization. Please contact us at if you would like to ship this object out of the US, or if you have any questions.

About Linda:

Linda Nguyen Lopez (b. 1981, Visalia, California) is a first generation American artist of Vietnamese and Mexican descent. Her abstract works explore the poetic potential of the everyday by imagining and articulating a vast emotional range embedded in the mundane objects that surround us. Lopez received a BFA from California State University of Chico and an MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her works have been exhibited in Italy, New Zealand, England and throughout United States including the Renwick Gallery at Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC; Craft Contemporary Museum, Los Angeles; Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville; Long Beach Museum of
Art, Long Beach; Springfield Art Museum, The Hole, New York; David B. Smith Gallery, Denver; Red Arrow Gallery, Nashville; and Museum of Art and Design, New York.


I resist acknowledging that the objects inhabiting our lives are inanimate. By considering the objects’ needs, and denying our needs for those objects, they can expose a life and language of their own. A stack of books hidden by a blanket of dust waits patiently to fulfill its purpose. The books appear to be aged and desolate, yet shielded and protected by time and neglect. By carefully observing the relationships between the things around us, I have found them to reveal their physical and psychological states that often go unnoticed. In this realm, objects are personified, perception is ever changing, and things become their true self.

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