Artist Reception Sean Cramblett and Linda Gass
Join Artists Sean Cramblett and Linda Gass for a reception at Bullseye Resource Center Bay Area
This event is free and open to the public (RSVP required).
About the Artists
Sean Cramblett has developed his unique style through more than 15 years of practicing, learning, and experimenting in the world of glass and fire. Cramblett is a lifelong artist with years of lampworking glass experience, now primarily focused on kilnformed glass. Originally from Southern California but now based out of Mendocino County, Sean infuses his artwork with a love of nature and a respect for the patterning of the natural world. He often calls on strong, earth-based color tones as a complement to the shapes and texturing that make his art unique.
Bay Area artist Linda Gass creates art about land use and water issues in California and the American West. Gass won the prestigious Fleishhacker Eureka Fellowship Award in 2012. She graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Mathematics and MS in Computer Science and has been creating art for over twenty years. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at venues such as the Oakland Museum of California and the US Embassy in Moscow. Books and magazines featuring her work include 500 Art Quilts, The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography, and American Craft Magazine. Gass is a native Californian and when she’s not making art or championing environmental causes, you can find her backpacking, camping, and hiking in the wilderness areas of the West where she finds much of the inspiration for her work.
Bay Area / July 8, 2018 / Sunday 3-5pm / FREE
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