Glass Sculpture - Casting with Lead Crystal
138 Moore Road Downingtown, PA 19335
With degrees in sculpture from RISD and glass from Tyler School of Art, Boothe has worked with glass since 1980. Included in the permanent collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, Racine Art Museum and Tacoma Museum of Art, her work has been exhibited at numerous venues, recently at Philadelphia’s International Airport, the Philadelphia Art Alliance, Fuller Craft Museum and in Vicenza, Italy with a major collaborative work scheduled for exhibition at the Racine Art Museum, date TBD. When exhibiting for the first time in each the Smithsonian, Philadelphia Museum of Art and ACC Baltimore craft shows, she received “Best of” awards. Boothe taught in Tyler’s glass program for 16 years, helped develop Salem Community College’s (NJ) glass art program and has lectured internationally. She served on the Board and as President of Glass Art Society from 1998-2006, and is a former Director of Glass at the National Liberty Museum.
About the Demonstration
Step-by-step, with examples, Anna will explain how she first carves forms from wax and transforms them through multiple molding stages into objects made from fused particles of lead crystal. “Kiln-casting” glass, one of the most time-consuming of all glass processes, will be condensed into this less than 1-hour demo!