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12.03.2011 Paul Marioni feature by Rebecca Teagarden in Seattle Times
Paul Marioni looks more like Albert Einstein than a pioneer. He is both. More. The kitchen chalkboard reads:"Nietzsche: We have art in order not to die of the truth."Kafka: There is infinite hope, but not for us." Marioni, a founder of the studio-glass movement, got his degree in philosophy. But he fell in love with light.
08.30.2011 Rick Araluce at Museum of Arts and Desgin in NYC
The Longest Hours, an installation piece by gallery artist Rick Araluce is on display through September 18 at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. The piece is included in the exhibition "Otherworldly: Optical Delusions and Small Realities."
05.22.2011 Paul Marioni Artist Talk at Bellevue Arts Museum
Paul Marioni will give an artist talk, sponsored by Northwest Designer Craftsmen, at Bellevue Arts Museum on Sunday, May 22nd from 2-4 pm.
05.11.2011 Ethan Stern Artist Residency at Museum of Glass May 11 - 15; Artist Talk Saturday, May 14 at 1pm
Seattle artist Ethan Stern is the Artist in Residence at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma this week, where he'll be creating the layered abstract forms he uses as the starting point for his engraved sculptures. Ethan will give a talk on his work on Saturday, May 14 at 1pm.
04.30.2011 Jane Rosen's exhibition Wild Life reviewed in San Fransisco Chronicle
By now, even global warming deniers must have heard that biologists believe some 30,000 species currently go extinct each year, ultimately due to human activity. Only a perverse artist, we might think, could benefit by working against such an ominous background reality. Yet, Californian Jane Rosen does because her work distills a dumbstruck awe at fellow creatures' existence.
03.12.2011 Lino Tagliepietra retrospective opens at the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arte, Venice
“LINO TAGLIAPIETRA. Da Murano allo Studio Glass. Opere 1954 – 2011" marks the first major retrospective of the career of Maestro Lino Tagliapietra in his native Italy.
01.18.2011 The De La Torre Brothers at the Getty!
The De La Torre Brothers at the Getty! Artists Einar and Jamex de la Torre explore their approach to reinterpreting the classics of Mesoamerican sculpture to suit their current circumstance of living on both sides of the Mexican-American border. ...