50 YEARS OF STUDIO GLASS
April 27 – July 26, 2012
Steve Wilson Gallery, First Floor
Al Shands and Bill and Lindy Street Galleries, Second Floor
The year 2012 marked the 50th anniversary of the development of studio art glass in America, and to celebrate this milestone, the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft hosted 50 Years of Studio Glass from April 27th through July 1, 2012. The exhibition featured stunning works from more than 60 artists, including some of the most acclaimed glass artists in the U.S. like Richard Jolley, Richard Marquis, Harvey Littleton, John Miller, Nancy Callan, Marvin Lipofsky, Ben Moore, and Katherine Gray. Kentuckys own Stephen Rolfe Powell was represented, as well as established local artists Paul Nelson, Brook White, Che Rhodes and local artists Matthew Cummings, Devyn Baron, Amy Pender and Jonathan Capps among others. The exhibit organized by Lindsay Capps, Rick Heath and Adele Leight, and was generously sponsored by Tomas Aguilera, Rick Heath and Merrily Orsini, Sheldon and Nancy Gilman, Leonard and Adele Leight, JoAnn and Frank Luecke, Mr. and Mrs. Armand Ostroff, Bruce and Marcia Roth, John B. and Bonnie Seidman Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapira, Mr. and Mrs. Brook T. Smith, The Sutherland Foundation, Mrs. William T. Whittenberg, the Art Alliance of Contemporary Glass, Hilliard Lyons, Saint-Gobain Corhart Refractories, and Brown-Forman.
Bernstein, Katherine and William
De La Torre, Einar and Jamex
Muzylowski -Allen, Shelley
Nelson, Paul J.
White Jr., Brook Forrest