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FOCUS: David Patchen presented by the Duncan McClellan Gallery
The Duncan McClellan Gallery is happy to announce that it will represent David Patchen, a handblown glass artist whose work is shown internationally. Patchen’s stunning glass uses the Italian technique of cane & murine (colored rods & patterned cross-sections of glass) & his work is created out of his intense exploration of pattern, transparency & color. With one glance one can see his influences of textiles, ethnically distinct colors & shapes as well as the marine environment.
Still on exhibit is Urge:Catching the Collectors Eye, celebrating the DMG Artists whose works are included in the Global + Local exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts. Urge includes the work of Gabriele Kustner, Lisabeth Sterling, Massimiliano Schiavon and our very own Duncan McClellan. August 11th also brings new work from Lisabeth Sterling to the gallery!
We are also featuring the exquisitely crafted, boldly colored, elegantly designed wood jewelry of Mark Noll.
Beer, wine and refreshments are available for a donation with proceeds benefiting DMG School Project.
Second Saturday – Saturday, August 11, 2012, 5:30-9:30pm
Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat Noon-5pm
|Where||Duncan McClellan Gallery 2342 Emerson Ave S, Saint Petersburg, FL 33712 (550 24th Street South, St. Petersburg, FL 33712)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||5:30 pm–9:30 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Duncan McClellan Gallery
The Duncan McClellan Gallery displays the glass work of Duncan McClellan. McClellan's pieces feature interior and exterior imagery. Works include glass shaped into architectural designs, showcasing elements such as steel, stone and glass. Various techniques are used, including hand-cutting, photo resist and computer graphics, with a focus on the internal graal technique and overlay.