Cleveland art
Massillon artist Bili Kribbs creates works that look like something the Brady Bunch kids could appreciate. His latest show, Purging of the Whimsical Data Mix, features paintings, sculpture, and furniture that are simultaneously groovy and far out. The brightly colored pieces alternate between the fanciful (large-eyed aliens, soaring skulls) and the playful (silver-shoed birds, pink elephants). Like the ’70s art he grabs inspiration from, Kribbs’ work looks just as good on a kid’s bedroom wall as in a pothead’s dorm.
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