CIRCLEVILLE, OHIO- Local favorite and world-renown glass artist, Jack Pine has again chosen Circleville for a new exhibit and sale. The exhibition will spotlight several special glass art forms and other unique pieces from the Jack Pine Studios. This limited show will run Friday, July 9th thru Sunday, August 1st. The gallery is located at 135 W. Main Street in the heart of Historic Downtown Circleville.
Jack Pine is inherently drawn to nature and has always been inspired by organic form. His body of work is motivated by his surroundings to influence the use of highly saturated colors and precious metals incorporated with molten glass. Using intense & primitive methods, he can create one-of-a-kind glass pieces mesmerizing to see during the dance of glass blowing.
“We are so excited to welcome Mr. Pine back to our gallery,” states ArtsaRound gallery Director, JP Pennell. “Jack, does so much more then glass blown pumpkins, we felt a “Summer Glass Show” would be a great way to spotlight his many talents.”
“These special show items will be sold on a first-come, first-served base.” Comments, Dale Herron, ArtsaRound President. “Sold items will be held on display until the end of the show.” Patrons will be able to pick up their purchases starting August 6th during our normal gallery hours.
Jack Pine Studios will be hosting their Jack Pine Glass Pumpkin Patch event again this year on his studio’s property in Laurelville, Ohio one weekend September 24th thru 26th. See JackPineStudio.com for times, tickets and information.
ArtsaRound formed in 2001 and is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting art and artists in Pickaway County and the regional area.
The ArtsaRound Gallery on the Original Circle is housed in the former Marfield Bank Building owned by the Pickaway County Historical Society. This rare pie-shaped property was part of the original circle of Circleville. The gallery is operated by local volunteers Fridays from 4 pm to 7 pm, Saturdays from 10 am to 6 pm, and Sundays from 1 pm to 4 pm. Hours may vary based on volunteer availability, special classes, gallery events, and other advertised downtown events. Look for more gallery information on Facebook or email [email protected].
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