“God Save the Machine” Art Show Opening


North Carolina artist Ian Bredice proudly stands in front of his art work during the opening of his new exhibit, “God Save the Machine.”

Last week, YES! Weekly featured a story about artist Ian Bredice’s new art show. On Friday, March 21, Bredice revealed his art at Earshot in Winston-Salem.

From 6pm-8pm, refreshments were served to the public as they wandered around the store looking at the new art pieces. His collection, titled “God Save the Machine” is inspired by punk rock. Bredice’s nine-piece collection features various punk-themed robots. At the opening, three of his nine pieces were sold.

The remainder of his collection will remain on display at Earshot through the month of April.





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