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THE ELECTRIFYING WORKS OF TIM SMITH AKA MANO MUDD FEATURED DURING MARCH ART WALK

February 13, 2017 — Fort Myers, FL — This March, experience an exceptional art opening featuring Tim Smith AKA Mano Mudd at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center. The artist’s showcase, “Down and Dirty,” will include contemporary 2 dimensional, 3 dimensional, and projection works. The works to be shown are highly influenced by the Chicago workshop using technology as the main medium for works referred to as “wafers” and “Kinetic Wafers.” This multi-media exhibit opens to the music of Sonic Combine on Friday, March 3rd at 6pm and runs until March 21st at 5pm. Get up close and personal with this deeply eclectic artist and his electric works. The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center is located at 2301 First St. in the historic downtown Fort Myers River District.

About Tim Smith AKA Mano Mudd – Tim Smith is currently an artist and educator. He is one of the founding teachers at Cypress Lake High School Center for the Arts, the premier fine and performing arts high school in Lee County. Smith moved to Sanibel in 1983 after graduating from The School Art Institute of Chicago. He has received several awards including, Robert Rauschenberg Grant, Surdna Fellowship, Hermitage Fellowship, Fort Myers Arts and Culture Grant. Some of his more recent works have been shown at the Tincture Gallery in downtown Fort Myers, and projected on a 3 story building during Art Walk and Music Walk.

Tim Smith AKA Mano Mudd • “Down and Dirty”
Opening:

Friday, March 3, 2017, 6pm – 10pm

Closing:

Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 5pm

Free to Attend
Visit www.sbdac.com for info.