Museum of Glass and University of Washington Press publish creative, scholarly art book on “Glimmering Gone”
If you haven’t yet seen the stunning installation “Glimmering Gone” at the Museum of Glass, there’s still time: It’s up in the museum’s back gallery through September. But this intricate glass invocation to Northwest landscape and man-made glamour by Ingalena Klenell and Beth Lipman has a creative take-home companion – a coffee-table art book on the MoG-organized installation, cleverly bound and smoothly presented, with intelligent essays by two local curators.
It’s the presentation that impresses first with “Glimmering Gone,” the book. The museum has spent a lot on looks, and it’s worth it: Sheathed in a solid black box …