Monday, August 18, 2008

Art on Monday: Glass in Tacoma

Quote from the Museum of Glass web site: "Living Legacies: Homage to a Maestro presents a selection of sculptural work in glass by fifteen distinguished contemporary artists who have an historic and enduring association with glass master Lino Tagliapietra. Artists represented in the exhibition include Nancy Callan, Dale Chihuly, Paul Cunningham, Dan Dailey, Jen Elek, Flora C. Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick, Dante Marioni, Richard Marquis, Benjamin P. Moore, James Mongrain, Janusz Pozniak, Richard Royal, Preston Singletary, and David Walters."
(http://museumofglass.org/exhibitions/living-legacies/)

7 comments:

Bibi said...

Thank you for your comment on my blog today. My husband had a brain stroke on Sunday and we are all praying for his recovery.

I just wanted to tell you this, since I won't be able to check the blogs I like on a regular basis for a while. We were to leave for the US on vacation this Saturday, so I posted lots of photos in advance....as if I had known.

Please send positive thoughts our way.

"Bibi"

Virginia said...

I like this one a lot. Exactly the kind of photo I would like to take. Went to our museum on Sat. to try and capture our Chihuly flowers again! Sadly he is the only artist on this list that I recognize. I need to get on the stick!

JM said...

That must be a fantastic exhibition! I like that shot very much!
Thank you for your nice comment on my blog.
Greetings

Palm Axis said...

Very few schools teach glass blowing. The set up for such facilities would cost a fortune. C.S.U. Long Beach did at one time. I think Santa Monica Junior College still does. If a class in glassblowing was at a JC near me, I'd be in it.

Sailor Girl said...

Great photo!! Love the colours!!!

Regarding the film about «Tabarly», I hope it is released soon on Lisbon Theatres!

Maya said...

I still haven't made it there, but want to go one of these days... Nice colors in this shot!

Photography said...

Nice photo, The set up for such facilities would cost a fortune.That must be a fantastic exhibition!