Hydroplanes by Alison Helm


Hydroplanes
Alison Helm
West Virginia
stainless steel, glass, chrome plated cast iron, 3D printed PLA, painted wood
36" x 24" x 8"
$4500


This work is part of Sweetwater's Three States Of Glass Exhibition.

Since the American Studio Glass movement erupted in the 1960s, artists have amazed viewers with the strength and fragility of the material, their expertise in manipulating it, and the diversity of innovative and contemporary ideas they tackle using glass as their main medium. Three States of Glass brings together glass artworks from Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia that highlight contemporary concepts and techniques explored by glass artists today, as well as the amazing talent of artists in our region.

Three States of Glass is juried by Rachel Delphia, The Alan G. and Jane A. Lehman Curator of Decorative Arts at The Carnegie Museum of Art.

All artwork inquiries please contact Alexandra Watrous at awatrous@sweetwaterartcenter.org

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