Make-up 2008 – Saskia Edens Silver Skeleton 2007 – Pete Ippel
It’s about knowing that life is finite, as is energy in any given form or shape. Energy flows out and in, to and from any vessel, and energy cannot be destroyed. It’s the longing and the emptiness that allows for the kinetic and dynamic to enter. Harmony is false, because it denies flow. Being full […]
I mis-heard the right and heard the left when talking with a close mentor about finance. When you suffer from aphasia this is your life, or maybe it’s a natural metaphor. Perception and context matter.
VENTURA, CA – October 26th, 2010 – November 5th, 2010 – Pete Ippel, known for his conceptual installation pieces, has created a specialized artwork for the annual community observance of the Day of the Dead. In Ippel’s Dia de los Muertos altar he has explored the properties of polyethylene thermoplastic made from petroleum. The annual […]
For the past few months, I’ve been working closely with the Museum of Ventura County to create a design for their Dia de Los Muertos event. Museum Of Ventura County Dia De Los Muertos T-Shirt By Pete Ippel In this wearable art, I have taken the traditional imagery of the calaca (Mexican skeleton) and given […]