Roanoke artist Jason Fizer removes lint from a life-size sculpture of Andy Warhol that he made from wood, springs, ball joints and plastic. In the background, collector James W. Hyams stacks Campbell’s Soup cans. The sculpture is part of the “In the Event of Andy Warhol” exhibition opening at 6 p.m. today at the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University. The free show also includes photographs, sculptures and prints by the artist. At the same time the museum is opening “Goodnight, Hush: Classic Children’s Book Illustrations,” showcasing the original art from the classic picture book “Goodnight Moon,” written by Hollins graduate Margaret Wise Brown.
Jason Fizer, who runs an art school with his wife, has been making life-sized sculptures since 2004.
- Jeanna Duerscherl