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Artist Joanna Pinsky Creates Two-Dimensional Sculptures From Gatorfoam

Artist, Joanna Pinsky, is influenced by architecture, history, and places when creating her two-dimensional sculptures from Gatorfoam graphic display board. In her latest work on display, all summer at Oakton’s Koehnline Museum of Art in Des Plaines, Illinois, Pinsky expresses inspiration from over a dozen trips to Cuba in the last 15 years.

Custom Print Solution Provider Relies On Durable Dibond ACM For High-End Interior Wall Decor

Whether it’s high-end wall décor for a city hall, branding graphics for a charitable foundation’s offices or a business achievement timeline for a financial institution, Portage, Mich.-based Agio Imaging, a large-format custom print solution provider, has turned to Dibond® aluminum composite material for its durability and outstanding ink adhesion.

Artist Denny Griffith Creates Joyful Creatures On Gatorfoam Board

Large, bright creatures sprawl across Gatorfoam in the new series by former Columbus College of Art and Design president Denny Griffith. A little frisky, boldly erotic, and unapologetically joyful, the invented species in the paintings take on a world that is entirely their own. There are several paintings in the series, each one taking on a slightly cartoonish, fun approach with a playful Dali-like surrealism.

Multi-Paneled Painting On Dibond Exhibits In New York City

California born artist, David Reed, expresses his fascination with “episodic seeing” through conceptual abstract paintings. Reed is known for creating room-length abstract paintings of swirling brushstrokes. His latest exhibition, David Reed: New Paintings, is oil and acrylic on Dibond aluminum composite material. The paintings could easily be broken into several individual pieces of work that stand on their own, but together they create a continuous entity of multiple Dibond panels.

Dibond Proves To Be Best Printing Substrate For Scottsdale Artist

Linda Enger is a photographer, artist, and garden enthusiast living in Scottsdale, Arizona. Her latest work on display in Scottsdale is a printed photograph on white Dibond Aluminum Composite of a “tabletop” arrangement containing turquoise polished stones and a mini golden barrel cactus. The piece is a culmination of the artist’s passions and talents.

Artist Krista Svalbonas Explores Her History With Architecture Using Dibond

In another installation by the “Migrator” artist, Krista Svalbonas, the focus is on the Logan Fontenelle Housing Project from the New Deal. In the series the artist further explores her history as a child of parents who immigrated to the United States as refugees from Latvia and Lithuania. The exploration led her to create a body of work around the theme of impermanence in relation to the idea of “home”.

Wynne To Retire From 3A Composites USA Following 45 Year Career In Graphic Display Board Sales, Produce Development, Technology

3A Composites USA announced today that W. Jay Wynne, senior advisor, will retire from the company effective May 31 following a 45-year career, including the past two-plus decades in graphic display board sales and marketing management. Wynne may be most well-known in the industry for his development of the high-performance foam board category with the introduction of the Gator® graphic display board line.

3A Composites USA Appoints Personnel To Support Composite Sales In Graphic Display

3A Composites USA is pleased to announce the following personnel appointments to support sales of the company’s lines of graphic display boards – including Fome-Cor®, FiberMate™, Sintra®, Gator®, SMART-X®, KAPA® tech and Dibond® – as well as sales of Alucobond® aluminum composite material (ACM) in the Americas: