A solo exhibit of works by architectural glass artist Bonnie Rubinstein is on display through December at the Minneapolis Club, 729 Second Ave. S. A reception will take place 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1.
The exhibit features Rubinstein’s award-winning sculptural glasswork, including glass light sconces, wall art and tabletop sculptures. Her art has adorned homes, restaurants, hospitals and schools with glass sculptures, wall murals, light fixtures, sinks and countertops.
“My goal is to bring glass to public and private spaces in ways unseen before,” Rubinstein says in an artist’s statement. “I wish to make this craft ‘speak’ to those who experience it, and to make the spaces serving as the glasswork’s home more elegant and exciting. This is fulfillment!”
Rubinstein works out of a glass-fusing studio in a former dairy barn in Wisconsin. For information, visit: www.rubinsteinstudio.com or call 715-426-0890.
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