This show of three women glass artists was in the Houghton Gallery in Corning, NY. Corning is a “glass town”, with a long history of industrial and artisan glassmaking, and high-tech glass innovation. It was an honor to have a show in the center of this important glass community. For this show I made a special long piece, called “Escargotierre”, which means, in archaeogical terms, a big pile of cast-off shells.
Here are 2 pictures of me making the piece in Brooklyn, NY, early in the summer of 2007, in preparation for the show. Photo credit: Laurie Korowitz-Coutu.