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Glass establishes in his glazed surfaces a reverent, nearly abyss-deep environment while simultaneously inserting his visiting animated shapes as intimate nearby as a floater in one’s eye.


~ Deborah McLeod, Curator

Glass Ceramics around the Web:

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Shingorō

Shingorō

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Pureuda

Pureuda

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Ambiguity and Interface

Ambiguity and Interface

Ambiguity and Interface: Art Across the Spectrum continues at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, VA through January 25th. Here are some quick images from the opening reception!

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New Exhibit

New Exhibit

Ambiguity and Interface: Art Across the Spectrum explores relationships between art objects that are customarily categorized as either fine art or craft. The traditional reference to an art work as being a “craft” was customarily used to describe utilitarian objects that fulfilled simple domestic needs like cups and teapots — however, the common forms of […]

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Pisces

Pisces

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Amoebae

Amoebae

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Midori

Midori

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Pounamu

Pounamu

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Hematite

Hematite

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Parabolae

Parabolae