My favorite exhibit was "Antifragile: Contemporary Glass" that will be up until July 28. Many beautiful examples of studio glass were part of the exhibit. This art form is relatively new. Harvey Littleton, an art professor at UW-Madison, is credited with starting the movement. He began the first academic glass program in the country in 1962.
|This cast bronze and blown glass piece is "Husk-a-Ruckus"|
from Michael Meilahn of Pickett.
|A close-up shot underneath the sculpture.|
Truman Lowe, another art professor from UW-Madison, has a sculpture from his collection at the Museum.
|This piece sculpted from willow is called "Thunder."|
Sculpture, painting, mixed media - a lot of variety was evident at the Museum.
|"Tunnel Vision" displayed on the gently curving outside|
wall of the Museum was one of my favorites.