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Monday, May 16, 2011

Long View Gallery Presents The Washington Glass School

This week, Long View Gallery unveils its latest exhibition, "Artists of The Washington Glass School – The First Ten Years."  The gallery will celebrate the show's opening with a reception on Thursday (May 19) from 6:30 to 8:30pm (to rsvp, e-mail or call 202.232.4788). The show will run through June 19.

From the press release:
The Washington D.C. area has become international renowned as an emerging center of glass art. At the forefront of this charge is the Washington Glass School, where, for the past ten years, the instructors, artists and student have brought narrative and content into glass, dragging it away from decorative craft and into the rarified atmosphere of “fine art.” The Washington Glass School has produced artists whose art can be found in museums and collections worldwide and is advancing the studio glass movement with its explorations of narrative content, technology and skills.

Washington’s Long View Gallery presents “Artists of The Washington Glass School – The First Ten Years” showcasing ten years of integrating glass into the contemporary art dialogue. While it recognizes the past and present, The First Ten Years is intended to instigate – and celebrate – the new directions contemporary glass is exploring through various artistic metaphors. Featured artists include: Tim Tate, Michael Janis, Erwin Timmers, Elizabeth Mears, Robert Kincheloe, Syl Mathis, Lea Topping, Allison Sigethy, Dave D’Orio, Kirk Waldroff, Robert Wiener and others.
Long View Gallery
1234 Ninth Street, NW

Image credit: Elizabeth Ryland Mears and William Forrest, 'The Three", 6 ft h x 3 ft w x 3 ft d, glass, steel and mixed media, photo by

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