The Washington Glass School Exhibit was reviewed in the by Michael O'Sullivan in the Washington Post.
I even got a mention:
Take, for example, the work of Sean Hennessey. In a manner of speaking, the artist hides large portions of his cast-glass panels (which depict light bulbs and electrical plugs in shallow bas relief) under schmears of colored concrete, effectively burying the glass in the dirt. For Hennessey -- as for his fellow artists Michael Janis, Allegra Marquart and Kirk Waldroff, all of whom are storytellers of a sort -- the medium is secondary to the message.
Plus they used an image of my work in the print version.
We will be holding an Artist's Talk on Sunday June 5th from 3 to 4pm.
Come on by if you want to hear more about our work.
1234 9th St. NW