This fall marks the 50th anniversary of the studio art-glass movement in the United States. In celebration of this milestone, this exhibit at the Oakland International Airport (OAK) explores the techniques and tools used by today’s studio glass artists.
Featured in this exhibit are works by artists representing three prominent Bay Area studio glass art centers: The Crucible, Studio One Art Center, and Bay Area Glass Institute (BAGI). Whether created by glass blowing, flame work, or kiln work, the pieces on view showcase the unique characteristics of each technique. Also on view are a variety of glass blowing tools.
Interested in seeing more? Don’t miss the exhibition Playing with Fire: Artists of the California Studio Glass Movement, on view at the Oakland Museum of California from October 26, 2012 through March 24, 2013. The exhibit focuses on twenty-two Bay Area artists who have made important contributions to the field of studio glass.