The Gallery of Fine Craft 2017 Exhibitions

Sea-Stone by-Kait-Rhoads

Expression: Creative Glass Center Invitational
May 20 to June 25, 2017
Artist Reception Friday, June 9th, 2017, 3:00 to 5:00 pm in The Gallery of Fine Craft

An invitational exhibition of works by former and recent Creative Glass Center of America fellowship recipients featuring the artists’ newest works. In this exhibition, we will explore the artists’ creative process and how they hope to convey their message through their artwork. Each artist will write a brief statement explaining what they hope to communicate to the audience and also why they chose that specific process, technique or medium to interpret their individual “expression.”

Exhibiting artists include:
Christine Barney
Jennifer Crescuillo
Joshua DeWall
Morgan Gilbreath
Jennifer Halvorson
Michael Hengler
Eva Heyd
Amy Lemaire
David Leppla
Kait Rhoads
Matthew Szosz
Celeste Wilson
Jelly-Beans by-Christine-Barney
Glass beads by Leslie Ann Genninger hanging in front of a landscape of Venice Italy

Leslie Ann Genninger

Murano Glass Artist from Venice Italy
Artist Presentation at The Gallery of Fine Craft, June 8 through June 11, 2017

Thursday,10 am to 3 pm & Friday through Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm

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A Passion for Glass: The Art of Collecting
July 8 to August 13, 2017

Inspired by the Musem of American Glass exhibition of Contemporary Art Glass Goblets, this show explores several different contemporary art glass works that continue to be sought after by glass collectors. From intricate paperweights to depth-defying marbles, elegant perfume bottles and fanciful goblets this show and sale will inspire new collectors to be wowed.

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Photo credit: “Play Time”, Wayne Russell, 2017.

ABOUT TIME” Artist’s Interpretation of the Ubiquitous Clock, Etc.”

Curated by Michelle Post & Dave Carrow

August 26 to October 8, 2017

Meet the Artist Reception, Sunday, September 10th, 20172 to 4 pm

Curatorial Statement:
Time– “It may seem slippery and maddeningly abstract, but it’s also deeply intimate, infusing our every word and gesture.” – Alan Burdick, “The Secret Life Of Time”, New Yorker Magazine, 2016.
How does an artist tell, keep, use, waste, or pass time? What is an artist’s interpretation of physical, biological and psychological time? These are questions posed for, “About Time”, presented by the WheatonArts Gallery of Fine Craft and curated by Dave Carrow and Michelle Post of Millville, NJ. 24 artists, predominately sculptors, are making work specifically for this show. They were given no restraints or limitations in the creation of their entries.
Post and Carrow are both sculptors, art collectors, curators, and gardeners.
All invited artists are people they have worked with professionally or whose artwork they have come to know and respect in Central Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania and most recently in South Jersey.

Participating Artists
 
Eric Schultz
Megan Uhaze
Karen Titus Smith
Judy Tobie
Pam Lethbridge
Debbie Reichard
Rachel Citrino
David Dempewolf
Yuka Yokoyama
Harry Anderson
Kevin Quigley
Wayne Russell
Alden Cole
Kate Graves
Abby Schmidt
Jackie Sandro
Jim Greenwell
Robin Robinson
Fred Kramer
Lennox Warner
Sally Willowbee
Michelle Post
Dave Carrow

Holiday Gift Gallery
October 21 to December 24, 2017

Showcasing unique handcrafted gift ideas for everyone on your shopping list. Be inspired and find a creative gift for everyone on your list this season here at the Gallery of Fine Craft. These handcrafted gift ideas are designed to help you complete your Holiday shopping without breaking your budget. Fun and unique gift ideas will include: metal ornaments, wooden kaleidoscopes, whimsical clocks, functional ceramics and hand carved gourd boxes.

Mastery in Glass: The Journey of Paul J. Stankard
April 1 to May 7, 2017
Meet the Artist Reception and Studio Demonstration, Saturday, April 8

This exhibit celebrates the mastery glass artist Paul J. Stankard. Paul’s love of nature perfectly harmonizes with his exceptional execution of technique. Join us as we examine Paul’s early Experimental works from his own personal collection as well as his newest series of Orbs celebrating the healing virtues of plants and creativity.

See Mr. Stankard’s works online here. 

His book “Studio Crafts as a Career” is available on our online store here.