Think Art Exhibition, 15.12.2014 @ Weltcafe, Wien

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The opening of the "Think Art" exhibition took place at the Welt Cafe Vienna, which drew art lovers from around the city who attended the event. 

Brian Senorfe a Ghanaian born artist has honed his skills, perfecting his skill at thread art. For many this might not be a technique of art that is commonly seen, as it has its own disciplines of patience in each piece of work that is done. Having spent time with Brian at his studio, one had the opportunity to acknowledge how much patience and discipline goes into each of these time consuming pieces that are rendered into the art works and the way that we get to see them.

The exhibition itself takes place for a duration of 2 months at the Welt Cafe, in Vienna Austria, where Brain's works are readily available to view and enquire about. So do take time time out and visit the Welt Cafe, have a coffe, sit back and explore the options of which art piece might just be the right one suited for your home.

Think Art Exhiition: By Brian Senorfe
Duration: 12.12.2014 - 28.02.2015
Venue: Welt Cafe
Address: Schwarzspanierstraße 15, 1090 Wien

 

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