Running late on this month's entries. Where does the time go? Anyway, another artist at Traver Gallery in April is/was Ginny Ruffer. Obviously she is an established glass artist in the region for some time. If you catch this post early enough you can still see it.
This glass piece is titled, THE REAL REASON MORNING GLORIES CLIMB and is around 15" x 24" x 24". What I wanted to talk about the most, and like the about the exhibition, is the inclusion of some of the preliminary work executed before creating and assembling one of these pieces.
Here is a watercolor rendition of the piece adjoining the piece in the gallery. I can't get enough of this kind of stuff! I really enjoy see the process of the creation of a piece form concept to completion.
It is difficult for me to get to Traver Gallery during the first Thursday Art Walk, but it is a must visit when I'm a bit up town at the Seattle Art Museum.