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Class Location: ?Washington Glass School, 3700 Otis Street, Mt. Rainier, MD 20712
LIST OF CLASSES :
Class 1600 - Beginner’s Glass Lover’s Weekend
Class 1601 - MIG Welding For Dummies!
Class 1602 - Fancy Frits!
Class 1603 - Lighting Up Your Life
Class 1604 - More MIG
Class 1606 - Audrey’s Weekly Super Bowl Party!
Class 1607 - Open Studio – Work At Your Own Pace
Audrey Wilson solo exhibition
The Washington Glass School is pleased to present, “The Aberrant Collection of the Spurious Calamus”, by glass artist Audrey Wilson. This new collection of works will be her first solo s?how and will feature her mixed media sculptures. The opening reception will be held at the Washington Glass School on January 11, 2014 from 6-8pm. The exhibition will be on view through January 31, 2014 and is free and open to the public. Audrey Wilson sculptures are a blend of created and altered elements that reflect evolving science and machinery and explore the relationship between man and technology. “The Aberrant Collection of the Spurious Calamus” captures our complicated relationship with technology, mirroring it back with poetic glances.
“PRIMARY COLORS” OPENS @ ALEXANDRIA’S DEL RAY ARTISANS
by Michael Janis
Betsy Mead's roll-up vase
Opening with an artist reception on Friday, January 3, 2014 from 7-10pm is Primary Colors at Del Ray Artisans’ gallery in Alexandria, VA. This all area artist show kicks off the New Year with an artistic challenge to create artwork using only the three primary colors.?Curator and glass artist Betsy Mead challenged Del Ray Artisans and all local-area artists to think outside the box in using basic red, yellow, and blue to create their compositions. The only restrictions were that artists must not tint or mix primary colors; they could use white and black to highlight, outline or lowlight objects in their compositions.
In conjunction with the Primary Colors exhibit, the non-profit artist group will feature the movie Primary Colors, a 1998 drama based on the novel Primary Colors: A Novel of Politics. ?Opening Reception on Friday, January 3 from 7-10pm: Chat with the artists in the show and other art appreciators during the reception!
View the Show: January 3 – February 2, 2014 during gallery hours at Del Ray Artisans gallery at the Nicholas A. Colasanto Center, 2704 Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia 22301.
Washington Glass School
3700 Otis Stree
Mount Rainier, MD 20712