Kiln Formed Glass Exhibition at The Craft Alliance

news_craft-kiln.jpgTalk To Me: Voices of Kiln-Formed Glass, opening March 7 through April 20, showcases work that evokes daily life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eleven artists from across the globe share their life experiences and personal thoughts through glass art in a new exhibition at Craft Alliance.  Talk To Me: Voices of Kiln-Formed Glass, opening March 7 through April 20, showcases work that evokes daily life.

This exhibition highlights the work of Carole Freve, Montreal, Quebec; Kathleen Holmes, Lake Worth, FL; Michael Janis, Mt. Rainier, MD; Nancy Klimley, Bellingham, WA; Elizabeth Ryland Mears, Fairfax Station, VA; Brenda Page, Victoria, Australia; John Q. Publick, Warrington, PA; Gehard Ribka, Irsee, Germany; Jeffrey R. Sarmiento, United Kingdom; Jude Schlotzhauer, Mechanicsville, VA; Erika Tada, West Henrietta, NY.

Artist Michael Janis states, "Glass allows me the use of several overlapping, yet transparent scenes on which to make interactive commentary".  Glasgow says "Unlike blown glass or glass work directly from the furnace, kiln forming is an indirect method of shaping allowing for delicate details and complex imagery".

Craft Alliance is a nonprofit organization in the Delmar Loop dedicated to providing inspiration and education in fine contemporary craft to the entire community through exhibitions, sales and instruction.  For more information about the exhibits, please call Craft Alliance at (314)725-1177 or visit www.craftalliance.org. Admission to the opening and exhibition is free.

 

 

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