There was lots of glass: blown glass, fused glass, re purposed glass, glass quilting, glass applique, glass mosaics. There were works created out of concrete, pottery, wire, and steel, wood and faux bois. All of these were displayed among the beautiful planting of the garden, where in late summer the grasses were the stars.
Now I'm going to just dump a whole bunch of photos on you with very little narration. Just enjoy the stroll.
This glass slug fused onto stone would have looked great with my little slug art collection, but at $125, it stayed where it was.
Can you imagine making this?
The new roof on the gate to the Yao garden has been completed since out last visit. Beautiful workmanship.
What a fun show! And since there was no entry fee and we managed to resist buying anything, it was totally free entertainment!