Pâte-de-verre is a kilncasting technique using granulated glass for the potential to direct color placement in the mold. Press molding is a refractory mold technique where the grains of glass are packed and sandwiched between two sides of a mold.
CAST: Art & Objects
Craft Forms 2018 Companion Show
December 8, 2018 – January 26, 2019
Wayne Art Center, Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Gallery
This curated invitational exhibition will display a selection of cast art and objects continuing and building on the theme of the award-winning book, CAST: Art and Objects Made Using Humanity’s Most Transformational Process, by Jen Townsend and Renée Zettle-Sterling (Schiffer Publishing, 2017.) This first-of-its-kind book reveals how the process of casting — forming a material into a mold — has transformed our world through its history and omnipresence.
In addition to works by contemporary artists and craftspeople, the exhibition will include historical objects, as well as some everyday objects. The purpose of this show (like the book) is to encourage the audience to consider casting’s countless and exciting contributions to the world around us.
Unperceived Existence explores the interplay between existence and perception through a series of solo exhibitions for women artists.
This is not an art show. Please don't come. You will see no works, either from the MFA in Media or Art & Design students at SIU. No fun will be had. No art will be shown. No truth will be revealed. There will be no refreshments. This is not an art show. Please don't come.
8 – 20 November 2014
Opening in the Small Dog Gallery Saturday 8 November 2pm– 3.30pm
The Depot Artspace supports and celebrates the innovative and socially conscious Sculpture on Shore with its own small scale object exhibition. This show offers lovers of the ‘small and perfectly formed’ a wide range of works in a variety of media, from sculpture to quirky assemblages and everything in between.