Meg Langhorne

Pa Pa Do
Thu Oct 5, 2000 - Sat Nov 11, 2000

Meg Langhorne, an artist from San Antonio, created an imaginative sculptural installation titled Pa Pa Do. The centerpiece was a huge 9 1/2-ft tall honey bear made of steel, chicken wire and sphagnum moss that dominated the gallery.

The freestanding bear as well as a plexiglass covered bed of flowers made of cast soap, a concrete birdbath, and a small mysterious window, created a humorous installation made out of unlikely materials. Langhorne stated, “I create images drawn from my imagination and reality that are recontextualized by virtue of scale, materials, and placement to produce a layered effect which reflects the complexity of this sweet, sad world with a sense of humor and a little bit of soul.”