Events April 12, 2003 The Great Glass Farmer’s Market Sculptural Glass Exhibition at Triton Museum of Art
The Bay Area Glass Institute (BAGI) presents the first Great Glass Farmer’s Market at the Triton Museum of Art. Exquisite glass art will be on sale and the public is invited to attend on Saturday, April 12, 2003, 10am-5pm.
Glass carrots, bell peppers, eggs, tomatoes, pears, strawberries, flowers, and other related farmer’s market items, displayed in farmer’s market stands designed by each individual artist, will adorn the sculpture garden of the Triton Museum of Art.
Proceeds benefited programs at the Triton Museum of Art,, ArtReach in hospitals, and program development at BAGI.
In conjunction with the First Great Glass Farmer’s Market is our annual Sculptural Glass Exhibition, February 28-June1, 2003. The sculptural glass exhibition intends to showcase the individual talents that make BAGI a unique organization. Ten Exhibiting artists include well known Bay Area glass artists Bobby Bowes, Susan J. Longini and Masako Onodera.
Triton Museum of Art 1505 Warburton Ave. Santa Clara, CA > Visit Triton website
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