past exhibitions
Blown Away: International Glass of the 21st Century
7.7.09 – 9.8.09
Hodge Exhibition Gallery

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Forty of the most accomplished and well-known glass artists from around the world are included in this major exhibition with works that have pushed the art of glassmaking to new levels. The exhibition will explore the medium of glass and how it is used today by leading glass artists with over 12 different techniques and processes including cast, blown, fused, lampworked and many others to create an amazing array of artworks showing the significant contributions these artists have made to contemporary glassmaking. Among the artists represented in the exhibition are William Morris, Howard Ben Tre, Dale Chihuly, Harvey Littleton, Stanislav Libensky, Miriam DiFiore, and others from 14 countries in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.


Dan Dailey
American, b. 1947
Circus Vase Series

blown glass, fabricated, patinated, nickel and gold plated bronze, 2006
24 x 16 x 9 inches
Courtesy of Herman & Sharon Frankel

This exhibition is sponsored by

Friends of Modern Art
John & Marilyn Kopp Goldmans, LLC
Stella and Frederick S. Loeb Charitable Trust
administered by FirstMerit Corporation
Habatat Galleries

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