250 N. Arizona Avenue, Chandler Center for the Arts Gallery, AZ
Phone: (480) 782-2783
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The Gallery at Chandler Center for the Arts presents What if? The Glass Art of Kathleen Elliot, March 17 – April 15, 2017. Elliot creates award-winning, flame-worked glass sculptures inspired by plants and botanicals – vines, flowers, fruits and leaves. The California artist’s work has been shown in museums, art centers and galleries throughout the country. “This exhibit presents glasswork in a very different way,” says Peter Bugg, Visual Arts Coordinator. “Combined with wood sculpted pieces and artworks made from recycled materials, visitors to the Gallery will be delighted by the colors and shapes.” “What is real? How does one know? I have been immersed in these questions for over three decades through studying the intersection of philosophy, linguistics, biology, and spirituality,” says Kathleen Elliot, exhibiting artist. “These questions provoke contemplation and curiosity. I try to bring this mood to my work, inviting viewers to be surprised, to wonder, to question and reconsider, to embrace curiosity and uncertainty. These are the moments in which we are most alive.” Chandler Center for the Arts Gallery is located at 250 N. Arizona Ave, Chandler, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., and Saturday, 12 – 5 p.m. And, as always, exhibits are free for the public to see. Visit chandlercenter.org for more on the Gallery and this exhibit. This exhibition was organized through Katherine T. Carter & Associates.