Rhythms: Six Women
Sculptors in Glass
Dwelling on Sunrise by Mary B. White
Rhythms is an exhibition of work
by six artists who each approach glass as a sculptural medium to be combined
with other materials: metal, wood, clay, ink and paint, and found
objects. Jude Schlotzhauer, Anna Boothe, Elizabeth
Mears, Mary White, Lisa Zerkowitz and Ana Thiel each present six to ten artworks in the exhibit.
All of the artists have taught and exhibited
internationally and are connected by intent as well aas media and through
their artwork. They address personal and spiritual issues,
incorporating images and objects which reflect their environments, concerns
and place in our culture. They each put a face to the rhythms of
RHYTHMS: Six women Sculptors in
Glass opens at art6 Gallery for First Fridays, on April 1st, 2005, at 7 pm.
The exhibit will continue through May 1st, 2005 and can be visited Wednesday
through Sunday from noon to 4 pm. art6 Gallery is located at 6 East
Broad Street in downtown Richmond, Virginia.
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In conjunction with the exhibition, V.C.U.
Dept. of Crafts is sponsoring demonstrations and a symposium with the
Elizabeth Mears, torchworking Tues. March 29, 9 am to 11:30 am
Lisa Zerkowitz, hot glass Wed. March
30, 2:30 p.m. to 5 pm
Mary White, molds, using recycled
glass Thurs. March 31
10 am to 12:30 pm
Anna Boothe, mold making, Friday April 1, 10 a.m. to 12:30 pm
All demos will take place in the glass studio,
VCU Fine Arts Dept.,
1000 W. Broad St.
Symposium with the visiting artists:
"Glass: Material, Meaning and Content"
discussion and slide presentation
Jude Schlotzhauer, moderator
March 31, 1:30 pm
Bowe St. Art Foundation facility, 5th floor, rm. 535
609 Bowe St.
View the photo galleries of February's controversial
Click on each day's link to view photos:
Saturday February 5, 2005
Saturday February 12, 2005
Sunday February 13, 2005
Sunday February 20,
Sunday February 27,
Susan Hankla and
Friends of the
Poetry / Prose Reading in the Skylight Gallery
Readings by Cleopatra Mathis, nationally known poet and
founder of the Dartmouth College writing program, with Susan Hankla and 12
Richmond poets. See the March issue of
Broadstrokes for more information.
April 9th, 2005, 7pm, Free --
Reception to follow
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directions to the gallery.
Artistic Director, Starrene
Foster, and Douglas Hayes, Art Director of the Dance Project, collaborate
their talents for an incredible evening, uniting film and dance.
program will be the premiere of Fosterís and Hayesí film Seven
Sisters, an encore presentation of Experiment in Bag,
and a sneak peek of Fosterís newest work in progress, Heroin(e).
For more information, visit the
Saturday, May 7th,
2005 admission $8