Acclaimed artist Beth Lipman, informed by the history of the still life, transforms the objects of everyday life into exquisite glass sculptures that engage the viewer in a commentary on the role of objects in our lives and our relationship to them. Be a part of the conversation during this gallery talk presented by Museum staff.
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Beth Lipman, Sideboard with Blue China, 2013, 111" x 300" x 22", glass, wood, paint, adhesive, light Image Courtesy of the Artist and Claire Oliver Gallery, New York