Works in Progress
Providence Art Club
Sunday, April 7th, 2013 - April 26th, 2013
Kelly Milukas || Keys to the Cure Exhibition
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The April 2013 show opens on Sunday, April 7th 2pm-4pm
Providence Art Club 11 Thomas Street, Providence, RI 02903
Keys to the Cure
My inspiration and process began with a heap of waiting keys in a "Primitive Beginning".
The healing journey and mystery unfolds with keys and locks sprouting to life, taking on human character and form.
In this bold story, each piece transports us closer to the promise we have been given to cure,
with "I Am Ready!" said Milukas.
The Artworks tell a Modern Science Story with traditional paint and fine art photo and mixed media sculpture.
The works are aimed at advancing the translation, education, and communication on regenerative medicine and stem-cell research.
The original commissioned body of work by Regenerative Medicine Foundation was first unveiled at an International Solo Exhibition in Washington DC in April 2011.
These original works, plus many newly created paintings and sculptures, will be on exhibition for this April 2013.
Added to the collection are new works in the ancient medium of encaustic paint married with sculptures carved in contemporary stone clay, cast-carved resin, and gilt with stunning 23 karat gold, palladium, copper and japenese silver!
This is an opportunity to be a part of something powerful, game changing for good.
I can help make a social statement. Understand that this could be the start of very unique artistic and scientific collaboration, for translating and embracing cure work in healing,” said Kelly Milukas.
“In my personal journey, I discovered that I did have a well deep enough in my soul to visually harness this extraordinary science revolution, wear it like a badge, and become one of its proud ambassadors to help push the pace on change.”
A portion of the proceeds wlll be donated to the Regerative Medicine Foundation " young minds " program.
TED TALK, Anthony Atala MD, on growing organs.
Surgeon Anthony Atala, MD, the Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, demonstrates an early-stage experiment that could someday solve the organ-donor problem: a 3D printer that uses living cells to output a transplantable kidney.
Past Exhibition Notes:
Keys to the Cure
Regenerative Medicine Foundation || SOLO International Exhibition Premier
The solo exhibit, at Ronald Regan Building and International Trade Center, allowed the global regenerative medicine community to view Milukas’ interpretations of the healing story of regenerative medicine. Milukas' works incorporate the broad symbolism and subject of keys, locks, and mysteries to visually communicate the body’s ability to heal itself.
Regenerative Medicine Forum
Ronald Regan Building
Washington, DC || April 6-8, 2011
KELLY MILUKAS SUMMER 2013 EXHIBITIONS