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Neon Art | Olivia Steele

Contemporary artist, Olivia Steele is known for her use of neon glass lights to spell out various quotes and idioms in her artwork. Steele’s words are often ironic and contradict the backgrou…

Neon Sign Installations by Olivia Steele | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Neon Sign Installations by Olivia Steele

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Inside Gods Own Junkyard, One Of The Largest Neon Collections In The World

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quote "Art is the only way to run away without leaving home." - Twyla Tharp My favorite quote that is always on my dressing room mirror. Any time I fall on hard or difficult times, art helps me get away from my troubles.

On the Edge

On the Edge original monotype mounted (note- can we paint trees with El paint glowing and then turn on a light to show the paint?

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Neon, Image Courtesy of the Artist.

neon signs by olivia steele

Contemporary visual artist Olivia Steele uses neon light to charge spaces with ironic and spiritual meaning as her work asks the viewer to consider the hidden emotions and unforeseen forces in a moment of reflection.

Gods Own Junkyard

Gods Own Junkyard

God's Own Junkyard Chris BraceyGods Own Junkyard Unit 12 Ravenswood Industrial Estate Shernhall Street London

Olivia Steele. Neon Art//Neon LOVE!!!

Contemporary artist, Olivia Steele is known for her use of neon glass lights to spell out various quotes and idioms in her artwork. Steele’s words are often ironic and contradict the backgrou…

Neon - Olivia Steele

Contemporary visual artist Olivia Steele uses neon light to charge spaces with ironic and spiritual meaning as her work asks the viewer to consider the hidden emotions and unforeseen forces in a moment of reflection.

"I Like It, What Is It?" 2012, Neon Art by Olivia Steele

Contemporary visual artist Olivia Steele uses neon light to charge spaces with ironic and spiritual meaning as her work asks the viewer to consider the hidden emotions and unforeseen forces in a moment of reflection.

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