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Philabaum Glass Gallery Winter Show

February 3 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

| Free

 

 

North Carolina Perspectives Show at Philabaum Glass Gallery

 

Tucson, Ariz— Philabaum Glass Gallery opens the winter season with an artist reception on February 4th from 4-6pm.   “North Carolina Perspectives” will showcase the work of five acclaimed glass artists from North Carolina.  Each has a distinctly different approach to the medium.  The show will continue at the gallery through May 27th.

 

Shane Fero is a flamework artist known for his incredibly delicate Birds in brilliant, lifelike colors. Flameworking – The technique of forming objects from rods and tubes of glass that, when heated in a flame, become soft and can be manipulated into the desired shape.

 

Assorted Birds. Flameworked Glass,   each 6″ x 4′

 

 

John Littleton and Kate Vogel.  John is the son of Harvey Littleton, known as the “father of the studio glass movement”.  He and his wife Kate Vogel create the most exquisite “succulents” using the cast glass method.

 

Succulent. Cast Glass, 6 3/4 “h x 19 3/4″w x 8″d

 

 

Robert Gardner’s pieces are hot formed glass creations with batutto, the multifaceted wheel-engraved surface of glass that resembles a hammered metal effect. The grindings are made to differing depths and withoverlapping irregularity with enamels, steel and copper.

 

 

Apple Basket~ Hot formed glass with battuto and enamels, steel, copper 16″ diameter

 

 

Kenny Pieper’s unique pieces are blown glass with filigrana.  Filigrana is blown glass made with colorless, white, and sometimes colored canes. The style originated in Murano, Italy in the 16th century.  His blue Narcissus is a wonder of light and reflection.

Blue Narcissus. Blown glass with Filigrana,

19.5 ” x 6.5″

 

 

Acclaimed artist Tom Philabaum has been creating glass art for over 40 years in Tucson, AZ. Philabaum Glass Gallery features a wide range of original gifts and collectibles; wedding gifts, corporate awards, artful jewelry, commemorative urns, one – of- a- kind art; exquisite creations for every budget and occasion. Philabaum Gallery is located at 711 S. Sixth Ave and is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Glassblowing most days.  For more information call 520-884-7404.  www.philabaumglass.com


Details

Date:
February 3
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
http://www.philabaumglass.com

Venue

Philabaum Glass Gallery & Studio
711 S. 6th Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701 United States
Phone:
884-7404

Organizer

Norma Gentry
Phone:
520-318-9445
Email:
ngentry@pvinc.net