Friday, January 23, 2015

Tucson Glass Art & Bead Festival: Barbara Svetlick

Today I would like to share some work from another artist participating in the all new Tucson Glass Art & Bead Festival - Barbara Svetlick.  Barb is a multi-talented artist who is also a prolific and accomplished writer.
Glass flowers by Barbara Svetlick.  Her newest work features sculpted glass flowers on burled wood bases.
This new all glass show at the Quality Inn & Suites from Feb 3-7. It's just off I-10 near the Tucson Expo Center.

Mandala Pendant by Patty Lakinsmith. 
The Tucson Glass Art & Bead Festival is a brand new, all glass show at the Quality Inn and Suites, and goes from Tuesday, Feb 3 through Saturday, Feb 7, and I'll be there in the Palo Verde Room (the "ballroom") at table B-6, just inside the front door.  Check the show website for more info.  The Tucson Glass Art & Bead Festival also has their own shuttle bus route and it goes between the Quality Inn (where this new show is), Kino Sports Complex (where the Best Bead Show is), J.O.G.S. Tucson, and the Tucson airport, and it goes several times an hour.  Here is the link to the show guide containing all of the shuttle bus info.

Please come and visit me at my new show!  Here is the exhibitor list:


Patty Lakinsmith
Lori Engle / Heiden & Engle
Monty Clark & Carol Fonda-Clark / Dichroic Inc.
Jeff Rogers / Rogers Art Glass
Darryl Emmett / Blast Shield Tools
Donna Felkner / CG Beads
Doug Harroun / Greymatter Glass
Donna Conklin / Prima Donna Beads
JeriLyn Alderman / Firechilde Glass Studio
JC Herrell
Margaret Zinser / MZ Glass & Bijoux Bee
Jo Hoffacker / Dogmaw Glass
Jeff Rutherford
Ren Farnsworth
Susan P. Hanson
Jared DeLong
Akihiro Okama
Ryo Ono
Mika Nishiyama
Takahiro Muto
Masao Sakai
Kazushi Onodera
(+ about 20 amazing Japanese artists work who cannot attend in person!)
Lewis Wilson / Crystal Myths
Barbara Svetlick
Bronwen Heilman
Marcia Kmack/Cavecreek Glassworks


1 comment:

Deb said...

What an absolute joy it would be to be able to visit you, & all of the other artists, at the Tuscon Glass Art & Bead Festival. I suspect I'd need a bottomless wallet (& loads of excess luggage booked for the trip home).
It looks like there is going to be so much talent in one place!!

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