NARM Quarterly Spring 2019 - Page 20

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Exhibitions for Rent

Paul Villinski: Farther

Kids Design Glass

What started out as an educational project in the early 2000s has grown into a collection of art that pays tribute to children and their creativity.

Museum of Glass offers a variety of traveling exhibitions that highlight the diversity and excitement of the medium of glass.

Image: Duncan Noah (age 11), made by Museum of Glass Hot Shop Team; Green Guy, 2006. Blown and hot-sculpted glass with applied bits; 19 1/2 x 12 1/2 x 5 in. Collection of Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington, sponsored by Threshold Group. Photo by Russell Johnson and Jeff Curtis.

A mid-career retrospective by New York-based sculptor Paul Villinski (American, born 1960). Villinski’s sculptures and installations engage with subjects both sublime and neglected. Influenced by a lifelong concern for environmental issues, his work reinvisions seemingly useless and discarded materials, often trash found on the streets of New York City, into uplifting and humanizing works of art.

Paul Villinski, Burst, 2013, Vinyl LP records, wire, Installation and dimensions variable