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An Airstream Reflections of Balmorhea

An Airstream Reflections of Balmorhea

Capuleti i Montecchi. Scenic design by Marika Stephens.

Capuleti i Montecchi. Scenic design by Marika Stephens.

Centeno,De Repente

Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood has an excellent eye for light and color, which she uses to create dazzling light installations using only delicate pieces of colored glass. She arranges the little shards and relies on shadows and light to bring the installation to life. Her works are mandala-like maze sculptures that mesmerize observers by controlling and trapping the fastest known thing in the universe - light.

Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood has an excellent eye for light and color, which she uses to create dazzling light installations using only delicate pieces of colored glass. She arranges the little shards and relies on shadows and light to bring the installation to life. Her works are mandala-like maze sculptures that mesmerize observers by controlling and trapping the fastest known thing in the universe - light.

Rory Wakemup, "Kill the Idiot, Save the Fan"

Rory Wakemup, "Kill the Idiot, Save the Fan"

April 25 to June 7 | Mayer Gallery  Working in glass and neon, Rory Erler Wakemup draws on his Native American culture, his own experience in the Lakota Sun Dance ceremony, pop culture (think Star Wars and comic book super heroes), and—perhaps most importantly—humor to make and perform art with a strong message. Neon Chief, 2013, glass, neon, rebar, 6 x 2 x 3 ft., courtesy of the artist

April 25 to June 7 | Mayer Gallery Working in glass and neon, Rory Erler Wakemup draws on his Native American culture, his own experience in the Lakota Sun Dance ceremony, pop culture (think Star Wars and comic book super heroes), and—perhaps most importantly—humor to make and perform art with a strong message. Neon Chief, 2013, glass, neon, rebar, 6 x 2 x 3 ft., courtesy of the artist

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