Baltimore Sun Reviews Glass Artwork in Montpelier Arts Center Invitational

montpelier.arts.center.glass.erwin.timmers.laura.beth.konopinski.tim_tate.new.sculpture.21st.century.designThe Baltimore Sun newspaper arts critic Mike Giuliano published his review of the 38th annual Invitational Sculpture Exhibition at the Montpelier Arts Center in Laurel, MD.  

The journalist felt the exhibit serves as a lively reminder that contemporary sculptors have gone way beyond the traditional heroic marble or bronze figure atop a pedestal, and stated that he felt that “What distinguishes the exhibit is several of the artists use glass, not a material generally associated with sculpture. Far from seeming fragile, their treatment of the glass makes it seem as durable as any of the other materials found throughout the exhibit.” 

Works by Washington Glass School Co-directors Erwin Timmers and Tim Tate were the focus of his review, as well as work by former WGS Studio Coordinator Laura Beth Konopinski.

Congrats on the work in the show and the great review!

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