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COLD+HOT 2009

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I_p_07-162lorez
Iceberg & Paraphernalia - 162, 2007 Kiln Cast Glass 15' X 15.6" X 3.7"
Eric_franklin_symmetry
Symmetry, 2008 Flameworked Glass, Neon, Krypton, Wood 16" X 22" 9"
Reflection
Reflection, 2009 Blown and Sculpted Glass 26" X 13"
De-con65
De/Construction Painting # 65, 2009 Mixed Media on Panel 60" X 48"
Knox_chorten_stone_black
Black Chorten Stones, 2008 Blown Glass, Oil Paint, and Steel 6' X 14"
A_consequence_of
A Consequence of Synergy, 2008 Laminated Glass and Stone 4" X 4" X 8"
Oval_stringer_bench_lores
Oval Stringer Bench, 2008 Cast Glass, Powder Coated Steel 84" X 20" X 20"
Fallingleavesgreen4
Falling Leaves Green #4, 2008 Kiln Cast Glass 67" X 46" X 3.5"
Disheveled
Disheveled, 2007 Bronze and Cast Glass 19" X 8" X 8"
Treats
Treats, 2008 Glass and Steel 13" X 9"
Marie_galante_i
Marie-galante III, 2008 Glass 33cm X 33cm X 8.5cm
Scoon_pict0010
Companions, 2008 Cast Glass and Granite 60" X 16" X 6", 39.5" X 19" X 5"
Thorns
Thorns, 2009 Carved and Sandblasted Glass and Mirror 24" X 7"
Jennifer_umphress-bewildered
Bewildered, 2009 Lampworked Borocilicate Glass 9" X 3" X 22"
1
Data Turbine V, 2007 Pate De Verre 36cm X 15cm
Lovegame
Love Game , 2008 Glass 17" X 7" X 7.5"
Metropolis_2_
Metropolis, 2009 Kiln Formed Glass 17.5" X 17.5"
COLD+HOT 2009

49 Geary St
No. 234
San Francisco, CA 94108
June 30th, 2009 - August 29th, 2009
Opening: July 2nd, 2009 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.micaela.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Union Square/Civic Center
EMAIL:  
info@micaela.com
PHONE:  
415.551.8118
OPEN HOURS:  
Tue - Sat 10.30 - 6, Sunday & Monday by appointment
TAGS:  
installation, conceptual, realism, surrealism, abstract, figurative, modern, traditional, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

 

Micaëla Gallery is proud to announce "COLD+HOT 2009" an exhibition of glass sculpture, showcasing the work of national and international glass artists. Featured artists Peter Bremers, Eric Franklin, Grant Garmezy, Phillip Hua, Michelle Knox, Weston Lambert, John Lewis, Susan Longini, Gregory Nangle, Nancy Otto, Lorraine Peltz, Stig Persson, Chantal Royant, Thomas Scoon, Carmen Spera, Jennifer Umphress, Kristiina Uslar, Dana Zed, and Sasha Zhitneva, collectively demonstrate the expansive versatility of glass.