On October 12, 2013 from 5:30 – 9:30pm, The Duncan McClellan Gallery will proudly present, From Stem to Stern, an exhibit & glass demo featuring Rob Stern and Susan Rankin.
Rob Stern’s aesthetic resides at the crossroads where man and nature intersect. Between seemingly random organic patterns and angular hewn planes he creates a space that is continuously changing with light and time; where glass is a lens that capturing this space.
Susan Rankin finds inspiration in the sensuality of classical vase forms, using the tight waist and broad shoulders of some of her vases to express her love of traditional proportion. Rankin is also enthralled with the history of glass and pays homage to this history by incorporating exuberantly contemporary florals with a classical twist into her work today. Susan also creates large “Column” sculptures, inspired “by the garden and for the garden”.
October 12th is your opportunity to personally meet and watch these two talented artists work! View their amazing art while sipping on refreshments from our custom bars (available for a donation benefiting the DMG School Project).
Sunday, October 13, you’re invited to a pre-lecture brunch at 1pm at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida with a complimentary Mimosa and “Meet and Greet” the lecturing Artists, Susan Rankin and Robert Stern. As a special thank you for attending the lecture, The Museum of Fine Arts is offering a 15% discount on the cost of the brunch. Use code “HotShop” when making phone reservations with the MFA or at the Brunch itself. (This code cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions such as museum memberships.)
Then at 2pm, listen to them lecture at Hot Gatherings, Cool Conversations, DMG School Project Visiting Glass Artists Series. An Artists’ Reception and glass blowing demonstration at Duncan McClellan Gallery will follow the lecture.
This exhibit runs from October 12, 2013 to November 2, 2013. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday, noon-5pm and by appointment.