Category: Chiplis

  • Smith & Lady travels more or less Aug 2006 – Mar 2009

    Smith & Lady travels more or less Aug 2006 – Mar 2009 We first left with 70 pounds of backpack each — returned with 35 pounds each . . . quickly learned you REALLY have to want something in order to carry it on your back. >>>>> to chiplis (1 mile) >>>>> to chicago — […]

  • dog star sirius dogon funny

    Posted a montage of inventor of recycled neon art Jeffry Chiplis art & show cards at Muey much many more Chiplis pieces at And now a word from our stand-up comic poet. Dog Star Serious Dogon Funny When caffeine grows up, does it become cowfeine? The Invisible Man’s having an existential crisis — he […]

  • We Don’ Need No Badges

    montage of new Chiplis argon ceiling installation Here’s some joy and jubilation for you – a montage of a recent Jeffry Chiplis argon tube ceiling installation. Click here to see Swirling Red Vortex JT And Click here for his home page with work going back to 2002. Two more Chiplis montages working their way out […]

  • Chiplis/Ingenuity 2013

    Yesterday we went from this to this, for Chiplis’ installation at Ingenuity Fest 2013. Chiplis is in the small segment of artists whose medium is neon/argon tubes. And in that thin slice, he’s the only one I know who works exclusively in used tubing. He gets a lot of his art supplies from dead Cleveland […]

  • Chiplis MoCA montage

    Here’s my fotomontage of Chiplis’ 3 sculptures and talk at Cleveland’s Museum of Contemporary Art. He’s in a 4-artist show titled “Everything All At Once” with Jennifer Omaitz, Elizabeth Emery and Dana Depew which continues at MoCA through October 13, 2013: MoCA show & talk Aug 24th, 2013, curated by Liz Maugans. Chiplis at MoCA […]

  • 3 Chiplis at Museum of Contemporary Art

    “I Can’t Quite Focus” by Jeffry Chiplis neon, argon, steel 50 x 53 x 4 1/2 inches, 2013 Here are three neon & argon sculptures by Jeffry Chiplis in the group show “Everything All At Once” curated by Liz Maugans in the Toby Devan Lewis Gallery at MoCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) which opened last […]