Artist Feature: Miranda Herrick and Kristina Lyle at Murfreesboro City Hall
The only thing better than an exhibit featuring a talented artist is an exhibit featuring multiple talented artists. Back in June of 2016, that's just what was presented to the public at Murfreesboro City Hall with works by Miranda Herrick and Kristina Lyle.
Kristina Lyle creates beautiful woven works with a multitude of patterns and textures. These paper pieces are a unique and interesting way to incorporate geometry, color, and pattern into a room.
I've had the pleasure of working with Kristina on multiple occasions, and she's as kind and friendly as she is talented.
Miranda Herrick has two main bodies of work: pen and ink drawings and post-consumer aluminum can assemblages. Her works are always rooted in pattern, and Miranda's use of color is stunning. Whatever space you want to fill, whether it's a large statement wall or a small space on a shelf, Miranda has a piece of art that will suit perfectly.
Though their works are completely different, they complement each other beautifully.
Scroll through the slideshow to see how they filled the light-filled lobby of City Hall.
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