A Galaxy of Glass dazzles the eye


Thursday, October 4th, 2012
Issue 40, Volume 16.


A Galaxy of Glass dazzles the eye - Paul Gallaher photo. - Glass artwork takes center stage as artists, collectors and other guests socialize during a
reception for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit at the Fallbrook Art Center on Sept. 22.
Glass artwork takes center stage as artists, collectors and other guests socialize during a reception for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit at the Fallbrook Art Center on Sept. 22.

A Galaxy of Glass dazzles the eye - Paul Gallaher photo. - Collector Harlan Fischer speaks during a reception for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit at the Fallbrook Art Center.
Collector Harlan Fischer speaks during a reception for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit at the Fallbrook Art Center.

A Galaxy of Glass dazzles the eye - Paul Gallaher photo. - Visitors listen to a presentation during a reception for the Galaxy of Glass exhibit on Sept. 22.
Visitors listen to a presentation during a reception for the Galaxy of Glass exhibit on Sept. 22.

A Galaxy of Glass dazzles the eye - Paul Gallaher photo. - In the midst of glass sculptures, a man listens to a presentation during a reception at the Fallbrook Art Center.
In the midst of glass sculptures, a man listens to a presentation during a reception at the Fallbrook Art Center.

A Galaxy of Glass dazzles the eye - Paul Gallaher photo. - Michael Hermann and Gina Lunn’s martini glasses make a colorful display for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit on Sept. 22.
Michael Hermann and Gina Lunn’s martini glasses make a colorful display for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit on Sept. 22.

A Galaxy of Glass dazzles the eye - Paul Gallaher photo. - Buzz Blodgett’s double-neck vase sits on display during a reception for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit.
Buzz Blodgett’s double-neck vase sits on display during a reception for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit.

A Galaxy of Glass dazzles the eye - Paul Gallaher photo. - Michael Hermann and Gina Lunn’s “Blue/Green Nautilus” is one of many glass sculptures on display during a reception for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit at the Fallbrook Art Center.
Michael Hermann and Gina Lunn’s “Blue/Green Nautilus” is one of many glass sculptures on display during a reception for the 15th annual Galaxy of Glass exhibit at the Fallbrook Art Center.

A Galaxy of Glass dazzles the eye - Paul Gallaher photo. - Joel Bloomberg’s “Red Jellyfish” almost floats on display at the Fallbrook Art Center, Sept. 22.
Joel Bloomberg’s “Red Jellyfish” almost floats on display at the Fallbrook Art Center, Sept. 22.


 

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