Exhibition opening on Jul 8, 2016 6:00 to 8:00pm! Glass Axis has partnered with Starling Middle School (Columbus), Columbus Preparatory Academy, and Winchester Trail Elementary School (Canal Winchester). Students from these schools were asked to draw an imaginary creature and write a story about it, and their teachers submitted these drawings and stories to Glass Axis. From all of these, we chose nine designs to turn into three-dimensional pieces of glass art. We are scheduling glass-making demonstrations for each selected piece. The public is invited to stop by and watch these fantastical drawings come to life in glass!
This program and exhibition brought to you in part with the help of:
April 26, 2016: “Corn Dog,” designed by Rakaya Clark from Winchester Trail Elementary School, was completed by Rose Succi and Shawn Everette.
May 10, 2016: “Koala Pig,” designed by Haley Grilli from Winchester Trail Elementary School, was completed by Alex Fresch and Rose Succi.
May 12, 2016 at 10 a.m.: Rose Succi and Alex Fresch made “Bubbles” by Navana from Columbus Preparatory Academy.
May 21, 2016: Shawn Everette, Erinn Bessler, Ray MacLaren made “Jonathan the Banana Man” by Zaid from Columbus Preparatory Academy.
May 21st, Erinn Bessler, Shawn Everette, and Ray MacLaren made “Unisaur,” designed by Brooklynn from Columbus Preparatory Academy.
May 26 at 9:30: Rose Succi and Shawn Everette made “Robot” designed by Cerenity Barnhill from Starling Middle School.
May 27, 2016 from 3:30 until approximately 7 p.m.:
- Rose Succi, Alex Fresch, and Theresa Sharp made “Flaming Marshmallow Man” designed by Conner Ebert from Canal Winchester Trail Elementary.
- Theresa Sharp made “The Snail and a Bag,” designed by Avery Arnold from Canal Winchester Trail Elementary.
June 16, 2016 at 6:00pm Alex Fresch will create “Egg Man,” designed by Adrianna Strawser from Canal Winchester Trail Elementary.
Jun 20, 2016 at 10:00am Theresa Sharp made “Pinky-Pie,” designed by Isabelle Cuddihuy from Canal Winchester Trail Elementary.
After completion, we will exhibit all drawings and completed glass creatures in our Jul 8 – Aug 27 “Through the Eyes of a Child” exhibition. Proceeds from any exhibit sales will be split between Glass Axis, the artist, and the originating school.