Monthly Archives: November 2015


Columns of Thought at ArtPrize

Reflected details of Illuminated Thoughts installation. ArtPrize, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is one of the largest competitive, international art exhibits in the world. I was fortunate in being selected to display eight of my LED color-changing light […]

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Siberia Souls, exhibit extended and Pick of the Week

I organized the highly successful Hope and Spirit project, which took place at the Balzekas Museum in 2011-12. This was to mark the 70 year anniversary of the mass deportations from the Baltic republics to Siberia by […]

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Art in Motion

Color Symphony 2, LED color changing lights with three archival-quality layers of printed images, 16 x 20 inches. Art in Motion is an important fundraiser and unique art exhibition hosted by the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago’s […]

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Columns of Thought on permanent display

Columns of Thought, entrance lobby of the Beverly Arts Center, Chicago. Columns have LED color changing lights, three archival-quality printed layers of images, 65 inches tall. Over the past two years, I have been working […]

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Illuminated Thoughts: premier exhibit of light sculptures

Dreamscapes, three-layered, archival quality prints on polycarbonate, back-lit with LED color changing light system. 27 x 7 x 7 inches. Photo credit: Ausrine Plioplys. Illuminated Thoughts was the premier showing of almost two years of work […]

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Galaxy of the Brain at the University of Chicago

  Aspirations / Contemplation, painting on canvas, 5 x 6 feet, Audrius V. Plioplys The BRAIN-ART Initiative exhibit was very well received, and even was named Pick of the Week by the Chicago Tribune. The show ended at the Beverly […]

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BRAIN-ART Initiative reviewed on DNAinfo

Carla Winterbottom, curator of the Beverly Arts Center, and Audrius V. Plioplys in front of Lia Cook’s hand woven piece, Connectome, which won first place in the BRAIN-ART Initiative exhibit. Photo credit Howard A. Ludwig, DNAinfo. On […]

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BRAIN-ART Initiative, Pick of the Week

On October 16, 2014, the Chicago Tribune declared the art exhibit, BRAIN-ART Initiative, the Pick of the Week. October is Chicago Artists Month, with an extremely large number of gallery and museum shows. To be selected Pick of the Week is […]

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Unofficial logo of the American Academy of Neurology

Neurology, published by the American Academy of Neurology, is the most widely read neurology publication in the world. Since appearing in January, 1951, it’s front cover was either plain green, or had a table of […]

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