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Danger & Beauty in Beijing

Danger & Beauty in Beijing

Posted on May 30, 2017 in Art, News

Thanks to the wonderful Suojia Zhang, some of my work from the Menagerie series is included in an exhibition, DANGER & BEAUTY- Contemporary Art and Glass Works at the ICI LABAS Galerie in the 798 Art District, Beijing China. Curated by Fucheng Wang. Here’s the link to a review in China Daily...

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All Manner of Marvels in Ithaca

All Manner of Marvels in Ithaca

Posted on Mar 8, 2017 in Art, News

Such a pleasure to be invited to show work with this eclectic group of intriguing artists! Curated by Ithaca artist, Steve Carver, “All Manner of Marvels: Wonders Seldom Seen” is on view at the Corners Gallery in Ithaca, New York through April 29th, 2017. Here’s a link to a review in the Ithaca Times:...

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Foundlings – Collaborative Art Installation

Foundlings – Collaborative Art Installation

Posted on Feb 24, 2015 in Art

So my husband, Bill Klingensmith, and I have started to collaborate in the studio! Here is a short video about out first project together…. Foundlings: a tribute to misfits at RoCo Lab Space from MYDARNDEST on Vimeo....

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Parallel Frequencies Exhibition @ Alfred’s Cohen Gallery

Parallel Frequencies Exhibition @ Alfred’s Cohen Gallery

Posted on Feb 16, 2015 in News

Along with my fellow Haubergians, I exhibited work at Alfred University’s Cohen Gallery this winter. We called the show Parallel Frequencies to reflect our shared interests and approaches, and it came together wonderfully! I took this opportunity to show my brand new prints from glass plates. The gorgeous poplar frames were handmade by my husband,...

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Glass Invitational 2014 at Exhibit A

Glass Invitational 2014 at Exhibit A

Posted on Dec 10, 2014 in News

                      I was invited to participate in this show at the fabulous Exhibit A Gallery in Corning, NY with two of my favorite artists and people, Jackie Pancari and Rebecca Arday. The show ran from October through early December, and was quite well received, and a few red dots were spotted....

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