Comprised of hundreds of objects fabricated using multiple glass processes, Between Seeing and Knowing is the result of both artists’ long-standing interest in and in-depth study of Tibetan Buddhist thangka paintings and the integration of their otherwise very separate studio practices. Thangkas are ordered cosmological paintings, often scrolls, created for the purpose of meditation and composed of numerous visual elements. This installation reinterprets the symbolism in the paintings to create new work that reflects the organizational structure and palette of the paintings, as well as the sense of expansiveness and lack of hard resolution characteristic of Buddhist ideology.
Glass Art Exhibit - Between Seeing an...
Date and Time
Saturday Oct 8, 2022Sunday Feb 5, 2023
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass 165 N. Park Ave. Neenah, WI 54956