Trevor Ganske, a multimedia artist based in Las Vegas, draws inspiration from the desert landscape and combines modern technology with historical design styles. His artworks, ranging from digital media to physical installations, reflect the unique blend of contemporary and traditional influences. With a background in museum handling and fabrication, Trevor's artistic endeavors are deeply rooted in the Southwest and offer viewers a fresh perspective on the intersection of technology and artistic expression.
Trevor has embarked on his latest project, titled 'Mid Century Las Vegas.' It showcases 20 unique artworks featuring homes from the 1955-1965 period in Las Vegas. The series highlights the Mid-century architectural style, characterized by strong, slanting lines, calculated curves, and sprawling, wide facades. These architectural elements can still be found in neighborhoods such as Huntridge, Paradise Palms, Beverly Green, and Paradise Manor.
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