Artist

David Huchthausen

Huchthausen’s work is extraordinary, it immediately attracts us even as it holds us at bay. It is painstakingly crafted, yet seemingly incomplete. Powerful yet treacherously fragile. The sculpture itself is enigmatic: The icy super-polished surfaces disdain the human hand, the shattered razor-sharp edges taunt us to touch without lacerations, and the teetering visual instability completes .....

Huchthausen’s work is extraordinary, it immediately attracts us even as it holds us at bay. It is painstakingly crafted, yet seemingly incomplete. Powerful yet treacherously fragile. The sculpture itself is enigmatic: The icy super-polished surfaces disdain the human hand, the shattered razor-sharp edges taunt us to touch without lacerations, and the teetering visual instability completes the instinctive message to keep our distance. The sculpture appropriates and commands its own space as if in some extra-terrestrial encounter or as an animal might establish its own territory. – Sidney Goldstein – St. Louis Museum of Art

Thank you for joining us!

Thank you for celebrating the first annual

Glass Art Fair!

We are honored to that you have taken the time to join us in a celebration of art.
The artists in this exhibition are sharing their work from around the world.
Grand Opening: November 1st | Exhibition continues to November 30th of 2020