Current & Upcoming Exhibits and Display
Paul J. Stankard: Celebrating the Native Flowers of Southern New Jersey
April 2-May 5, 2013 (5 weeks)
With this exhibit, glass artist, Paul J. Stankard unveils his most recent work in addition to early work from the 1970's and 1980's. Paul's newest work will include exciting new Orb, Column and Dyptych designs focusing on botanicals and honeybees native to southern New Jersey. We congratulate Paul as he has been honored with the James Renwick Alliance 2013 Masters of Medium Award for Glass. His glass mastery can be found in his creation of lifelike honeybees, delicate blossoms and ripe fruit that appear to be floating in the clear glass.
Meet the Artist Reception, Sunday April 14th, 2:30pm to 4:30pm, Glass Studio Demonstration 1pm.
Creative Glass Center Alumni Biennial
May 18 to June 30, 2013 (6 weeks)
A juried and invitational exhibition of works by past Creative Glass Center of America fellowship recipients featuring the artists newest works. In this 30th Anniversary year for the CGCA program, come and view the signature work of artists who have benefited from the fellowship at WheatonArts.
Visit with Leslie Ann Genninger during GlassWeekend '13
Tea Pottery: Handcrafted Pottery for the Avid Tea Drinker
July 13 to August 18, 2013 (5 weeks)
This exhibit and sale will feature handcrafted tea related accessories created by the WheatonArts Potters including Amy Peseller, Resident Assistant Potter, Phyllis Seidner, Associate Potter, Erika Pugh, Associate Potter and WheatonArts
Resident Potter, Terry Plasket, who has been a resident artist since 1979. Show highlights will include teapots, tea cups, tea mugs, tea bowls and pottery accessories such as small plates, creamer and sugar sets and honey jars.
Glenn Rudderow Solo Exhibition
August 31-October 6, 2013 (5 weeks)
Meet the Artist Reception Sunday, September 8th, 2013, 2-5pm
This solo exhibition and sale will showcase the newest works by renowned artist Glenn Rudderow as he captures the beauty of the local Southern New Jersey landscape and it’s surrounding communities.
All Good Things Great and Small, Handcrafted Holiday Gifts
October 19-December 24, 2013 (9 weeks)
Everything is this Holiday themed show will range from $1.50 to $150.00. These Handcrafted gift ideas are designed to help you complete your Holiday Gift List without breaking your budget. Fun and Unique gift ideas will include: metal ornaments, garden art, wooden instruments, clocks and brightly colored ceramics.
Contact The Gallery of Fine Craft for more information at 856-825-6800, ext 155, or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org