Thursday, February 28, 2013

International Glass + Clay 2013 in Washington, DC

This Friday, March 1st from 5:30 - 8:00 PM is the opening reception for a very special exhibit showcasing the work of Washington, DC and Sunderland England Glass and Clay artists. 
A Relentless Offering
by Sean Hennessey

The exhibit is at the Edison Place Gallery at 8th and G NW, just across the street from the Smithsonian American Art Museum

I'm very proud and honored to be a part of this fantastic show. If you love 21st Century artworks in Glass and Clay, don't miss this.

Please RSVP via the Eventbrite site, 
and visit our website for more information about the exhibition

International Glass And Clay 2013
March 1st-23rd
Reception: Friday March 1st
Edison Place Gallery
702 8th Street NW Washington, DC

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Sean's Upcoming Art Exhibits and Stuff.

Artomatic Selects
Opens Tomorrow!

by Sean Hennessey
A curated show of artists selected by F. Lennox Campello many of whom participated in the Artomatic Inaugural Ball last month.
Exhibiting Artists: Bijan Machen, Carrie Hughes, Christ Lyngas, Cory Oberndorfer, David Camero, David D’Orio, Deborah Lash, Devin Symons, Erwin Timmers, John Grunwell, Joseph Merchlinsky, Kathryn Trillas, Larry Jones, Lindsey Routt, M. Helene Baribeau, Magda Johanna Gomez, Michael Janis, Monica de Gastyne, Nancy Donnelly, Natalie Camou, Nicolas Zimbro, Paul Farley, Philip Yabut, Rania Hassan, Ric Garcia, Roger James, Russ McIntosh, Sardar, Sasha Sinclair, Sean Hennessey, Shanthi Chandrasekar, Stephanie Booth, Tim Tate, Zofie Lang

The show runs from February 8th to the 22nd.

Opening reception Wednesday February 13th - 6 to 8 pm

It's also my birthday!

Edison Place Gallery
702 8th Street, NW between G and H Streets
Open Tue Wed Thu Fri Noon - 4pm

Facebook Event Page

International Glass And Clay 2013

Drink Me-Tamorphosis
by Sean Hennessey

Using an art exhibition as a bridge between two countries, the Sister City  program will be bringing together Sunderland, England and Washington, DC in a show that celebrates the medias of glass and clay, as well as celebrating the relationships between the two cities.
Opening March 1, 2013, at Washington, DC’s Edison Place Gallery will be an exhibit of expressive glass and ceramic artwork, as well as narrative sculptures that blend craft materials with digital technologies and, in turn remove the boundaries between the traditional categories of craft, art, and design.

International Glass and Clay 2013  Edison Place Gallery 702 Eight Street, NW, Washington, DC 20068  March 1 – 23, 2013

Reception: Friday, March 1st. 6-8 PM

Edison Place Gallery
702 8th Street, NW between G and H Streets
Open Tue Wed Thu Fri Noon - 4pm

Check out the the slick Website for more information and a gallery of artists.

A Relentless Offering
by Sean Hennessey

41st Annual International Glass Invitational & EXPOSE
by Sean Hennessey and Tim Tate
photo by Pete Duvall

Saturday, April 27, 2013 to Saturday, May 25, 2013
Reception: 8:00 pm Saturday, April 27th 2013

Featuring : The most exciting artists working in glass 2013
Over 90 of the finest artists from 18 different countries exhibiting 2 sculptures each during Habatat Galleries 41st International Glass Invitational Award Exhibition. Also on display is for the first time "eXpose" displaying works of 25+ artist never seen before at Habatat! 

I have been creating collaborative works with my studio mate and Director of the Washington Glass School, Tim Tate. 

4400 Fernlee Ave
Royal Oak, MI 

Duncan McClellan Gallery

My studio mates at the Washington Glass School and I will be exhibiting works at the Duncan McClellan Gallery in St Petersburg Florida

April 20-May 25th
Duncan McClellan Gallery
2342 Emerson Ave. South
St. Petersburg, FL 

Promises the Remain Unbroken
by Sean Hennessey
Stars of Tomorrow
As part of the James Renwick Alliance Spring Craft Weekend, The Washington Glass School will be hosting an art exhibit of rising DC area media specific artists and a BBQ lunch including local artisan foods and beer.

Friday April 5th, 20123
11:00 AM - 3:00
$35 Fee for the event and lunch.

Washington Glass School 
3700 Otis Street
Mount Rainier, MD

More information later.

Renwick Museum
As part of the Spring Craft Weekend, I along with Bruce Metcalf, Adrian Saxe, and Hunt Clark will be participating in a panel discussion at the Renwick Museum. The discussion entitled " Perspectives on the Future of Craft Art" will be moderated by Cindi Strauss

Saturday April 6th
10:30- Noon
Renwick Museum
Grand Salon
17th and Pennsylvania Ave NW

Free and open to the public