By: Sallie Thompson / email@example.com
Our newest Light and Fire exhibit opens on First Friday, May 6th from 5-8pm at Gallery 54.The show explores the use of light and fire in the creation of fine craft for the table, wall, and garden. Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments, and enter drawing for a gift certificate to Gallery 54.
The Micho’s are well-known for one-of-a-kind stained glass Garden Art. Their unique designs contain bold and playful colors with a whimsical flare. They are continually inspired by nature, light, and color. The Micho’s have been working with stained glass for three decades.
Liz Micho studied with the late Jim Griswold of Manlius. In 2000, they established Lakeside Stained Glass Studio. In 2009, co-founding Gallery 54 in Skaneateles has enabled their unique glass designs to reach the home and gardens of New York and beyond.
Sallie Thompson has been creating with clay over thirty years. Pieces in this show have been fired in her recently built soda kiln. Her current design influences include historical ceramics of the Southwest. Sallie finds inspiration in the clay as a material and in the transitions that occur in the creative process. She studied at Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, earned a B.F.A. from Alfred University, and was a Ceramic Artist in Residence at Byrdcliffe Arts Colony in 2006.
Light and Fire runs through May. Gallery 54 is artist owned and showcases fine art and craft by Finger Lakes artists. Located at 54 E. Genesee St in Skaneateles, the hours are Sunday – Friday 11-5 and Saturday 10-5. For more information, visit their website: www.gallery54cny.com
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