September 10, 2011 – Raphsodic Cooperative Bakery will host a reception for “Unleavened Head”, a solo exhibition of the work of Richard Reep. Raphsodic Cooperative Bakery is located at 710 North Mills Avenue. The reception will be from 6-9pm and is free and open to the public.
“The urgency and density within Mr. Reep’s artwork supremely addresses the questions of the day,” states ArtsHub curator Brad Biggs. Mr. Reep, an artist and writer with exhibitions in New York, Bangkok, and throughout Florida, is an architect and teaches at Rollins College.
Raphsodic Cooperative Bakery, which opened in May 2010, is an urban pastry art house, and exhibits monthly within its store. This small and eclectic bakery and coffeehouse features poetry readings, music jams, fresh baked vegan food and coffee, situated within the heart of Orlando’s international marketplace zone near Mills and 50.
With a Master’s degree from the University of Florida, Mr. Reep has been an artist since 1984. His work has won awards at the City Arts Factory and the Maitland Art Center. With a design practice that focuses on sustainable design, Mr. Reep’s art medium includes construction waste and discarded materials reinvented into art. As an artist, his most recent focus is on the urban future. Mr. Reep was quoted in author Joel Kotkin’s recent book, “America in 2050”, regarding the rise of localism.
Raphsodic will host “Unleavened Head” from September 10 through November 5, 2011. For more information, please contact organizers Brad Biggs or Jason L Lee of The Arts Hub Florida. The Arts Hub provides artist representation, custom art placement, promotion, and curatorial services to regional artists and galleries. You may contact Brad Biggs at 407-247-4552 & Jason L Lee at 321-662-9073, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.