Act 2: The Glass Track | Bay Area Gallery

Act 2: The Glass Track

ACT 2: The Glass Track is a group show featuring kiln-glass by artists who began working in the medium later in their lives, after establishing careers in other fields. The artists met during two recent summer residencies at Pilchuck Glass School, where they created the works in this exhibition. Act 2: The Glass Track originated at the Museum of Northwest Art in La Conner, Washington, and was co-curated by Kathleen Moles, Steve Klein and Richard Parrish. The show was curated for touring by Lloyd Herman, Director Emeritus of the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum.

View the exhibition: Bullseye Resource Center Bay Area Gallery, May 12 – July 28, 2012.
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Bullseye Glass Resource Center Bay Area
4514 Hollis Street, Emeryville, California 94608
Tuesday–Friday 10am–6pm, Saturday 10am–4pm

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Click on any image below to view the gallery of artists and works.
For more information about these works, contact Bullseye Gallery.

  • <P>Valerie Adams, <em>When It's Over</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, 8 x 8 x.5 inches.</P>

  • <P>Gloria Badiner, <em>Altar - Food for Thought</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, blown glass, wood, 21.5 x 47 x 6.75 inches. Photography: M. Endo.</P>

  • <P>Karen Bexfield, <em>Black on Black</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, 3.5 x 11 x 11 inches. Photography: M. Geist. </P>

  • <P>Kim Brill, <em>When We Could Touch the Words</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, antique type case, paper, 17.5 x 32.125 x 1.625 inches. Photography: M. Endo.</P>

  • <P>Carol Carson, <em>Bound</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, steel wire, 6.75 x 14.5 x 6.25 inches (installed). Photography: M. Endo.</P>

  • <P>Judith Finn Conway, <em>Marsh at Daybreak</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, silver, 11.875 x 22 x .75 inches (installed). Photography: G. Staley.</P>

  • <P>Susan Cox, <em>Tumbling</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, 7.375 x 19.75 x 9 inches. Photography: M. Endo.</P>

  • <P>Steve Immerman, <em>Harmony</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, 3.375 x 19 x 14.75 inches.</P>

  • <P>Steve Klein, <em>Shelter 13</em>, 2011, kilnformed glass, 15.5 x 15.5 x 19.75 inches. Photography: J. Van Fleet.</P>

  • <P>Robert Leatherbarrow, <em>Mount Harris</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, 13 x 10 x 13 inches.</P>

  • <P>Ursula Marcum, <em>Collection #4</em>, 2011, kilnformed glass with precious metal inclusions, 1.25 x 17.25 x 5 inches. Photography: G. Staley.</P>

  • <P>Sarah Nelson, <em>Glimpse</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, 17 x 17 x .375 inches (installed). Photography: M. Geist.</P>

  • <P>Catherine Newell, <em>Presence of Absence I</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, 46 x 46 x 2 inches (installed). Photography: P. Foster.</P>

  • <P>Lesley Nolan, <em>Jennie's Log Cabin</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, metal, 20 x 6.125 x 4 inches (installed). Photography: M. Endo.</P>

  • <P>Richard Parrish, <em>Site Section 1</em>, 2011, kilnformed glass, steel, 22.75 x 16.25 x 5 inches (installed). Photography: R. Cummins.</P>

  • <P>Flo Ulrich, <em>Convolutions 2</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, 9.25 x 9.625 x .75 inches.</P>

  • <P>Els VandenEnde, <em>Cairn</em>, 2010, kilnformed glass, 10.75 x 4.375 x 4.375 inches. Photography: M. Endo.</P>

  • <P>Robert Weiner, <em>Transformation</em>, 2008, kilnformed glass, 42.5 x 12 x .75 inches (installed). Photography: P. Duval.</P>