POP Austin International Art Show returned for its second year on Oct. 23-25, this time, with the theme of “Illumination.” Co-founders Steve and Lana Carlson brought artists in Austin and from all over the world to showcase their light-based artwork. “Illumination” showcases the following artists: Adela Andea, Alyssa Taylor Wendt, Bale Creek Allen, Carlo Bernadini, Claudia Meyer, Evan Voyles, Hans Kotter, James Turrell, Jeongmoon Choi, Jerome Morrison, Lili Lakich, Lisa Schulte, Lori Hersberger, Matthew LaPenta, Nonotak, Sharon Keshishian, and Todd Sanders.
The event kicked off with an opening VIP night on Thursday, Oct. 22, and three days of exhibition.
“A Conversation” by Lisa Schulte
Artist: Sharon Keshishian
“Winter Grass” by Sharon Keshishian
“Crucifence” by Bale Creek Allen
“White Noise” by Evan Voyles
“Volupte” by Claudia Meyer
“Invisible Dimension” by Carlo Bernadini
From left to right, here are the works of Alyssa Taylor Wendt, Matthew LaPenta, and Lili Lakich.
“Keep it 100” by Matthew LaPenta
“Soul to Soul: Portrait of Stevie Ray Vaughan” by Lili Lakich
“Daydream v.2” by Nonotak
Nonotak is a collaboration between illustrator Noemi Schipfer and architect Takami Nakamoto.
“White Luchador” and “Red Luchador” by Todd Sanders
ChinLin Pan, editor-in-chief of Shuffle, gazes at “Daydream v.2” by Nonotak.
A close-up of Lori Hersberger’s “Constellation”
“Tunnel View” by Hans Kotter
“The HiFi God” by Jerome Morrison
Two children sit in front of “Lux Aeterna” by Adela Andea
Pan takes a photo of Bale Creek Allen’s “Crucifence.”