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Visiting Artists John Kiley and Dante Marioni


John Kiley uses primary geometric forms as the architecture for his glass sculptures. In his spherical forms, juxtaposed colors and carved optic passageways create a separation of space. Dante Marioni’s sophisticated glass objects evoke the rich tradition of classical Mediterranean pottery and bronzes, and of his training in centuries-old Venetian glassblowing techniques.

The two will continue a collaborative project that began at Museum of Glass focused on form, pattern, and optics.