When I tell people that I am an Art History major, the most popular response that I get is, “Wow, what inspired you to do that?” I used to trace my interest in art to a class I took in high school. Recently, however, I realized that my inspiration to study art was with me since the moment I was born. My Dad, Sister, and I My Dad is a cartoonist. During my most recent trip home, I found that…
Hear from internationally acclaimed glass sculptor Beth Lipman at WAM on Wednesday, September 27.
Lipman’s work explores aspects of material culture through still lives, site-specific installations. She will be speaking about her newly commissioned piece at the Weisman, One Portrait of One Man, inspired by WAM’s collection of Marsden Hartley’s art, and how she uses glass compositions to capture a moment in time.
September 27, 2017
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You can also stop by the galleries any time the week of September 26 to see her at work installing One Portrait of One Man.
Image: Beth Lipman, Cut Table, 2014, glass, wood, paint, adhesive. Wichita Art Museum. Photo credit: Jason Houge