Glass Art Guild of Utah Spring Show - Pioneer Theatre Company

Artist, Barbara Busche
The Pioneer Theatre Company recently hosted the Glass Art Guild of Utah in its Loge Gallery during the performance of King Charles the III. The play and accompanying exhibit ran from March 24 through April 8, 2017. The exhibit included kiln-formed, lampwork, and blown glass from 25 of the Guild's 45 members.

A variety of work by guild artists.
Two of my bowls are on the bottom shelf.
(bottom left / bottom right)
The exhibit featured a variety of 3-D and 2-D glass art, along with several display cases of jewelry. All of the work on display was available for purchase. During performances, Guild members were on hand to talk about their work and the techniques they use, and to assist theater-goers with sales. Last night was "my night" to assist during the show, so my other half and I took the opportunity to attend the play during the afternoon matinee, grab dinner, and then return to assist for the evening performance.

I used my cell phone to capture a few snapshots of the work on display. At times I had to photograph the pieces from odd angles to avoid glare while still getting a reasonable photograph in the subdued lighting. With that in mind, I hope you enjoy seeing the work of our very talented artists in the Guild.

The patrons I had an opportunity to talk with had many favorable things to say about the exhibit, including the quality of work, the variety, and the unique beauty of glass art. While many pieces in the exhibit sold, we still have work available, and most of the Guild's artists are available to create custom pieces. If you are interested in any of the pieces displayed here, drop me a note or contact the Glass Art Guild of Utah for additional information.

Enjoy the show!


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