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Distant Visions: A Look At Not So Local Glass. Extended!

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 Old Northeast-Downtown St. Pete  See map

Open House - February 11, 2012, 5:30-9:30pm

Exhibit runs now through February 25th, Tues-Sat Noon-5pm

Celebrating glass work from around the country, exploring the many personalities of glass and its ability to fascinate and inspire. Featured artists are:

  • Alex Fekete
  • Holly Grace
  • Gabriele Kustner
  • Charlie Miner
  • Mary Mullaney
  • Ralph Mossman
  • David Patchen
  • Josh Simpson
  • Martin Rosol
  • Peter Wright
  • Massimiliano Schivon
  • and the host, Duncan McClellan. 

 

Wine & beer will be available for donations.

This venue is more than an art gallery, it’s an experience not to be missed! Network with the who’s who in St. Pete & Tampa!

This exhibition is presented by the Duncan McClellan Gallery and DMG Projects. Curated in part by Mary Childs' of Childs Studio Arts, Inc

Ola Abal February 11, 2012 at 10:38 PM
We've been to your show several times by now. Great contribution to make St. Pete a kind of Santa Fé of the south. Dalí, Museum of Fine Arts, galeries, especially Duncan Mc Clellan (always mention Paul Eppling, please!) Roger and Gloria
Tracy Kennard February 13, 2012 at 03:53 PM
Hi Roger and Gloria! On behalf of Duncan McClellan, I thank you for your comments and praise about his gallery. He enjoys having you visit and loves Paul Eppling to! The ones he has are actually part of his private collection. We hope you can visit again soon (next event is March 10th). Also visit http://www.facebook.com/warehouseartsdistrictstpete to support the local arts community "where are is made". -Tracy Kennard, Social Media Marketing, Duncan McClellan Glass

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