INTERNATIONAL ARTIST FINDS CUTTING EDGE IN NC : SALLY RESNIK ROCKRIVER
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07/09/2013
By Sally Resnik Rockriver - Chapel Hill, NC
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I grow geological formations at 2000 degrees during the glass blowing process. Chemical reactions create a new world that we might find on another planet. Although reminiscent of  underwater lifeforms and the earth's geology, the work is not an imitation of life. It is a scientific formation of an undiscovered possibility.

Greenhill has a museum-level space that echoes of the New York Gallery world. The curators selected work for my exhibitions that offered the local audience a view of "Avant Garde" Contemporary Art. Jewel Volcanoes was part of the Regrowth exhibition at Greenhill in 2008: 

Jewel Volcanoesglass with ceramic glazes, 15" x 30" x 15"

These pictures are previews of my upcoming solo exhibition, Unfound (Geochemistry of the Universe), at Gallery C in Raleigh, NC. Unfound will run from October 4th - November 8th, and will be open during two First Fridays in Raleigh. 

GalaxyBlown Glass, Ceramic Glaze, Furnace Parts, 36" x 32" x 20" Discovery: Spaceship WreckageBlown Glass, Ceramic
Glazes, Salt Explosion, Furnace Shelf, 
38" x 28" x 20"

 

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