Artist

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Zora Palvoa’s “understanding and use of glass is gestural, emotional, and grounded in the natural world, rather than being philosophical or geometry-based. She prefers to work with light using rough textures and transparent color in glass, rather than with its reflection off the smooth surfaces of colorless optical glass. Yet, the discipline of working with .....

Zora Palvoa’s “understanding and use of glass is gestural, emotional, and grounded in the natural world, rather than being philosophical or geometry-based. She prefers to work with light using rough textures and transparent color in glass, rather than with its reflection off the smooth surfaces of colorless optical glass. Yet, the discipline of working with glass in conceptual and theoretical ways (during her years of study with professor Cigler), has provided an important framework for her highly expressive sculpture, which is imbued with an emotional depth and intellectual gravity.”

Excerpt from Corning Museum of Glass lecture mediated by Tina Oldknow

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