No Glass Ceiling! Women Working in Glass, Part 1

Exhibition Overview


Red Polyp (detail)

Women have played an integral part in the American studio glass movement from the beginning and in today’s global world of communication and collaboration, women continue to excel. This exhibition, Part 1 of a series, begins to portray the multiplicity of working styles and concepts that women working in the fluid medium of glass, share with the rest of us. Reaching from cultural or historical perspectives, past innovations, or sharing technical and aesthetic content, they are creating new approaches of versatility; holding, emitting, or reflecting light while creating works of extraordinary diversity, stirring beauty and intellectual purity. This exhibition is curated by David Kaplan and Glenn Ostergaard.

Exhibition Season Sponsors: Carol & Jim Egan, Dorothy C. Meyerman, and the Herman and Faye Sarkowsky Charitable Foundation. The Desert Sun is the exhibition media sponsor.

Exhibition Highlights


Red Polyp (detail)

Kait Rhoads

Red Polyp (detail)
Exhibition Highlights
Red Polyp (detail)

Kait Rhoads

Red Polyp (detail), 2007.0
Glass, blown, mixed with red hollow murine woven with copper wire onto a powder-coated steel frame set on a solid steel base
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