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Celebrating the Life

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Marcia Babin

Marcia Babin

Austin Community College

Swept Up

Kiln fused glass

2011

Marcia Babin

Jeff Barger

Contact

Wood

1975

Marcia Babin

Frauke Bartels

University of Texas at Austin

Blackmagic-Schwarz

Mixed media, collage

2003

Marcia Babin

Frauke Bartels

University of Texas at Austin

In Texas—the girls are different

Mixed media, collage

2003

Marcia Babin

Frauke Bartels

University of Texas at Austin

Fragile

Mixed media, collage

2003

Marcia Babin

Jason Bedre

Bedrewoodworking.com

Curvis Sedes

African mahogany & American black walnut

2011

Marcia Babin

Jason Bedre

Bedrewoodworking.com

LVL chair

Laminated veneer lumber

2011

Marcia Babin

Sandy Carson

Sandycarson.com

Lazy Tree, Seattle

Inkjet print

2009

Marcia Babin

On exhibit the month of October 2011, "More Than Architecture" featured members of the Austin architecture and design community displaying their creations alongside the permanent art collection of the Fine Arts Library (FAL) at The University of Texas at Austin. 

An opening reception was held at the FAL on Friday, October 7, from 5:00-8:00p.m. The exhibit is a cooperative venture of the FAL with a group of local small-firm architects as part of the Austin x Design month-long celebration of design in the built and natural worlds.  It provides the architecture and design community an opportunity to show off its artistic side, and for artists to exhibit their site-specific works in photographic form. 

Artists participating in the show included: Lisa Orr, designer of the Deep Eddy mural; Sculptor Lars Stanley; Artist Tim Kerr; and designer Davey McEathron of ¡El Grupo! and the moustache ride at El Chilito.

The exhibit includes 40 works from over 20 designers and artists, featuring sculpture, a house model, photographs, furniture, glass, paintings, and decorative pieces. Photos and design by Mark Doroba