Australian artist Tom Rowney will be working in the Museum of Glass’s Hot Shop July 24-28. The visiting artist residency concludes with a lecture at 2 p.m., Sunday, July 28.
Rowney uses Venetian techniques with a contemporary viewpoint to create precise geometric forms and graphic lines.
Currently on view at MOG are pieces from Rowney’s Maelstrom series – part of the exhibition, “Links: Australian Glass and the Pacific Northwest.” The exhibit is up until January 2014.
Here’s more from the announcement:
The Maelstrom series narrates the water-like qualities of glass while exploring the relationship between the medium’s solid