Friday, May 7, 11am-7pm, Glass Axis, 620 W. Town St.

Join us for “Intersections,” a glass art exhibition displaying the blown glass works of artist Jim DeLange. This exhibit opens on Friday, May 7 and runs through Saturday, June 19. DeLange will be giving an artist talk about his exhibition and a public glassblowing demonstration on Friday, May 14, 6-8pm, for “Franklinton Fridays,” the “gallery hop” of the Franklinton Arts District.

Jim DeLange lives in Cedarville, Ohio and works out of Glass Axis, a nonprofit glass art studio in Columbus, Ohio. All of his pieces are hand blown from liquid glass, taken from a 2,000°F furnace. Each piece is created by adding color and is shaped by blowing through the steel pipe to gently move the piece toward the desired shape. Brilliant colors and shapes, to draw the viewer’s attention to the finished piece, add a splash of excitement to the space it occupies.

Hosted by Glass Axis and Franklinton Fridays.

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Friday, May 7, 2021 - 11:00am

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