Last night, I went out to the Industrial Desire Art Opening at the Logan Art Gallery; and what an opening it was! In the car park a whole of of hotted-up and pimped cars from the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's pulled in and parked at around 5pm. People from the public pulled out their cameras and took photos of all these old and gorgeous beauties. There were Plymouths, Mustangs... and even a low-riding one where a few people wondered how its rear end didn't hit the road. They were well-cared for and sounded loud and mean! I took so many photos of them as the light disappeared on us and the temperature dropped that soon, we all went inside the art gallery and had a look at the art which was a link from the cars to what was hung on the walls; and it was all photographs and painting done by Dale Haberfield, his exhibition called 'Saints and Sinners' which took him across the globe and back to photograph all kinds of cars and people in the Rock-a-Billy lifestyle.
In the next gallery was a display of Concept Cars from Detroit. These are from a selection of concept cars from a College of Creative Studies, which ignite a sense of imagination and possibility of where the car industry may go in the future. The cars displayed were all quarter-sized and looked amazing!There were two other artists in the opening. One was of sock puppets in the Children's Gallery and the other was of a collection of contemporary jewelery and small-scale sculptural metal works of Lisa Brian-Brown, Katie Stormonth and Andrew Lowrie explore the seductive qualities of surface in the first gallery. It was a very full night of art and people; and by the end of it, I was very tired but had a lot of photos I was proud of.