Artists Sue Tripp, Valerie Baxter, Mindy Milan, and Rita Skarha, who work across the bench from each other and share the same kiln, bring unique fused glass art to Gallery 200 in the month of November.
Each will present art in the dynamic medium of fused glass. Sue, Valerie and Mindy work together at Rita’s studio. Together they learn new techniques and try new processes. This collaboration inspires them and helps them to evolve as artists.
During the opening reception on Friday, November 1, 2019 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., equipment and photos will be be on display to show visitors the processes used to create the beautiful fused glass art. Visitors will be able to observe how each artist has used the same techniques to create unique results.
Native American style flute music will provide a calming background for the reception. Members of the Living Waters Native American Flute circle, including Peg Hernandey, Russ Tripp, Barb Olle, and John Risinger will play tunes for everyone’s enjoyment.
“Fused for You – A Touch of Glass” will be on display for the entire month of November. Please visit during normal Gallery hours.
Note About Parking near Gallery 200
Washington Street in front of the Gallery 200 is closed. Although, this might seem like a problem, it’s not so bad. Two main parking options should provide plenty of parking. Just continue driving west past the Gallery on Main Street (street becomes to Fremont at Washington) – There is a large parking lot on the left side before reaching Tastee-Freeze. Also, there is street parking on Main Street and Freemont Street, in both directions.