Trees of the World
opening November 28
Grab your passport and experience a holiday exhibit showcasing traditions from around the globe with trees decorated by local students. Explore vignettes and handmade ornaments celebrating the unique holiday traditions of Ireland, Sweden, China, Canada, Greece and more. The centerpiece of “Trees of the World” is our global miniature village, highlighted by our “Peace on Earth” tree. You can even add your own artistic touch by decorating a peace symbol while visiting the exhibit, and placing it on the tree!
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Barrie Kaufman: New Glass
opening November 28
Throughout her 35-year career, Charleston artist Barrie Kaufman has responded to the natural world. Working primarily on paper, her paintings, prints and drawings explore the impact that human activity has on the environment and the wildlife that lives there.

This exhibit features Kaufman’s recent experimentation with blown and cast glass, translating her themes into three dimensions. These new glass sculptures were created in collaboration with master glass artist Karen Willenbrink (Bow, Washington) and the Lhotsky Glass Studio (Zelezny Brod, Czech Republic).

Also on view are a selection of recent prints, drawings and watercolors inspired by the process of creating her luminous glass sculptures.



 

 


 
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