Arts In: Babs Reingold
Babs Reingold is a nationally-known mixed-media artist whose works and large-scale installations are displayed around the Country more often than they’re seen near her home in St. Petersburg.
Her work asks questions about poverty and climate change. She explores aging and animal rights through her creations. Human hair is a material she often uses in her work.
And Babs Reingold’s work is beautiful.
In this conversation sparked with passion and laughter, we explore Babs Reingold’s many inspirations, from growing up in public housing to Hurricane Katrina and the hair she pulled out of her brush today.
Find out more about Babs Reingold’s work at www.babsreingold.com.
Selections of her work will be on display this summer at the Museum of Fine Arts in downtown St. Petersburg, as part of the collaborative Skyway Exhibit shared by the MFA, the Tampa Museum of Art and the Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota.
Arts In is produced by Matt and Sheila Cowley. Executive Producer, Barbara St. Clair for Creative Pinellas.