Friday, December 1st
Join us for a show that features a diverse group of artists exploring the enormous potential found in a material that is present in every aspect of our lives, glass.
As a ubiquitous material in the 21st century, glass is used in all aspects of our lives ranging from kitchens to cars to hospitals to computer screens. It can be made into virtually any shape from thin sheets to hollow tubes to cylindrical vessels. Regardless of its final form, all glass begins as a mixture of raw materials, or frits, that fuse together to form glass.
This show highlights the enormous potential of glass and celebrates its beauty and complexity. The group of artists in this exhibition all approach the same raw material and create diverse and individual works.
Featuring artists Kedrick Mckenzie, Richard Small, Jeanine Parish, and more.
Exhibition runs through January 28th.