Artwork Glass Afternoon is again! Florida’s Duncan McClellan Gallery (DMG) continues their exhibit of works by artists from the Washington Glass College (WGS). Co-Administrators Tim Tate and Michael Janis might be in sunny FLA to take part in talks and demos!
Be a part of Duncan McClellan Gallery Sunday, February twenty sixth, for this ART GLASS stuffed day- Free and Open to the general public!
Michael Janis will give a presentation on how his background as an architect and designer influences each his private artwork and the Washington Glass Studio’s site-specific artwork installations.
Sunday, February twenty sixth, 10am-Midday
Visiting artist Tim Tate might be creating within the Scorching Glass Studio.
Don’t miss the uncommon alternative to observe this legendary artist at work.
Sunday, February 26, 10am-3pm
Our common visiting artists’ lecture sequence returns with talks from Danish Artists of Backhaus-Brown and Egeværk Studios, and Michael Janis and Tim Tate of the Washington Glass College.
10am-Midday: Glass blowing Demonstration by visiting DC artist Tim Tate within the Scorching Glass Studio with Jeremiah Jacobs and the St. Pete Scorching Glass crew.
Midday- 1pm: The Danish Artists from Glasskibe speak about their collaborative studios and the inspiring physique of labor they create collectively
1:-1:30pm: Michael Janis will give a presentation on how his background as an architect and designer influences each his private artwork and the Washington Glass Studio’s site-specific artwork installations.
Throughout this lecture, Janis will speak about how group involvement creates profitable public artwork works. He may also give perception into the inspiration and approach behind his evocative glass powder imagery.
1:30-2:30pm: Tim Tate’s discuss at 1:30pm will give attention to “Glass within the twenty first Century”.
Artists might be accessible after the talks to go to with you personally!
Glasskibe: The maritime historical past of Hundested (Denmark) and the imagery of Viking ships passing have impressed two of the harbour’s up to date craft corporations; cabinetmakers Egeværk and glass artist Backhaus & Brown. These two award-winning workshops have mixed their masterful crafts in an revolutionary collaboration; particularly a sequence of distinctive sculptures named ”Glasskibe” – Viking ships in glass and wooden.
Michael Janis developed a give attention to glass after working for twenty years as an architect in the US and Australia. His work has been proven at main galleries and artwork festivals and is included within the everlasting assortment of the Artwork Institute of Chicago, Massachusetts Fuller Craft Museum, Florida’s Think about Museum, Fort Wayne Museum of Artwork and Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA. In 2012, awarded a Fulbright Scholarship, Michael taught on the UK’s College of Sunderland and the UK Nationwide Glass Centre. Michael was awarded the Washington, DC Mayor’s Award for Excellence within the Arts in 2016. His collaborative work with Tim Tate was featured on the 2022 Venice Biennale at Glasstress.
Tim Tate has been working with glass as a sculptural medium for the previous 25 years. Co-Founding father of the Washington Glass College, Tim’s work is within the everlasting collections of a number of museums, together with the Smithsonian’s American Artwork Museum, Renwick Gallery and the Mint Museum. His work has been proven on the Milwaukee Artwork Museum, the Fuller Museum, the Asheville Artwork Museum and the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. He was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship and was Artist-In-Residence on the Institute for Worldwide Glass Analysis (IIRG) within the UK. Tim was named “Distinguished Artist in Glass” by the James Renwick Alliance in 2018. He participated within the Venice Biennale Glasstress present with Ai Wei Wei in 2019, the Boca Raton Museum Glasstress in 2021 and once more in Murano in 2022. Final 12 months, Tim’s work was featured on the Hermitage, in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Washington Glass Present Exhibition within the gallery: Proven-works by Tim Tate, Michael Janis, Christina Helowicz, Erwin Timmers and Teri Swinhart. (Additionally shown-Richard Jolley.)
Duncan McClellan Gallery deal with is:
2342 Emerson Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33712
Gallery Hours: Monday-Saturday: 10am-5pm
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