This small sculpture plays with the reflection and interaction of colored light projected onto the wall surface in relation to the real and actual colored discs which make up the piece.

Warren Seelig

Warren Seelig b. 1946

Warren Seelig lives and works in Rockland, Maine. He holds the rank of distinguished visiting professor in the Fibers/Mixed Media program at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia where he teaches, curates and writes on various subjects related to textile, fiber and material studies. He received a B.S. from the Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science and an M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Seelig has twice received individual fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and three fellowships from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. His work has been included in over 30 major museum exhibitions in the United States, Europe, Japan and Korea with many solo and group exhibitions in museums, universities, and private galleries. 

Seelig has lectured extensively including programs at the Korean National University of the Arts, Banff Centre in Alberta, the Royal College of Art, London and the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and has written extensively for various magazines and journals including American CraftFiber ArtsSurface Design Journal, Textilforum, and Nouvel Objet. His work is in the collections of museums, colleges and in private and corporate collections world wide. Warren is a regular visiting critic at Rhode Island School of Design and is a mentor in the graduate program at Maine College of Art. Warren is a recently elected Fellow of the American Crafts Council and a member of its board. The Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. hosted a retrospective of his work  titled “Textile Per Se” in 2009-2010.