Cellular Bowl Workshop Min: 5 Cap: 10
This class will introduce you to many of the fundamental concepts of Kiln-Formed glass. Students will make one cellular bowl 8-12 inches.
Students' work will be available for pick up a few weeks after class.
All levels are welcome.
Sunday 08/12* 1:00-3:00 PM
LOCATION: 422 West 900 South STE 105, Salt Lake City UT, 84101
TO REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK
I am so excited to be a participating featured artist in this year’s Utah Arts Festival.
For mor information about the festival, music, artists and more check out the festivals website.
You can find me located in booth #90 this year. I will be on the Southside of the ”U” driveway on the City County Building.
Hope to see you there.
337 Pocket Park Grand Opening and Dedication.
I was selected by the Salt Lake City Public Design Board as one othe the artists to create 3’x3’ designs to be be cut out of steel and placed into a decorative fence lining the 337 Pocket Park.
To celebrate your artwork and the work of the City and Wasatch Community Gardens, Mayor Biskupski will officially announce the opening of the public park to the community on Friday June 29th 3:00 PM.
A two-story residential building once located at 337 South 400 East was under private ownership and scheduled for demolition in the summer of 2007. Prior to being demolished, property owner Adam Price invited over 100 artists of various disciplines to fill the 25,000- square-foot structure with art. The building, full from floor to ceiling with paintings, murals, sculptures and installations, received thousands of visitors and became a visual arts hub before it was destroyed. Later the vacant lot was sold to Salt Lake City Corporation and in 2015 a portion of the land was developed into a community garden managed by Wasatch Community Gardens. Salt Lake City Parks and Public Lands has recently decided to create a pocket park west of the garden that will lead pedestrians from the sidewalk on 400 East to the garden and will also function as an inviting and engaging gathering place for the community. As a nod to the site’s art-infused history, the fence that will surround the pocket park has been designed to contain 24, 3’x3’, .25” thick, corten steel panels that will be laser cut with artists’ designs.
I met Joyce Marder a few months ago in my studio to interview me for this article. She and I met years ago at a workshop that I was teaching in kiln formed glass art.
The article is on page 14 in this digital magazine.
Contact Sarinda for pricing or questions.
Recapture your creative powers!
Both workshops have a few available spaces.
Go to this link to register.
A complete honor to stand side by side with Adobe and these talented individuals. Opening show is May 17th 6:30 pm-8:30 pm at Adobe in Lehi, Utah.
Adobe is a multi-floored building and the work will be hung on various levels for the duration of the exhibit. However, opening night will be held in a large atrium at Adobe so that artists and viewers have ease to view and converse.
You are invited to come celebrate with me. Hope you can attend. This is an 18 year or older event.
This is a public event. Please RSVP at this link to help with event preparations.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Salt Lake City glass artist opens her studio.
May 5th, 10:00am to 3:00pm Saturday.
This event is the first opportunity for people to see how Sarinda goes about making her art and to purchase pieces at sale prices. In hopes to create an annual event.
What you will find for the Moms and Women of your life. ( or yourself )
-Plates and platters
-Gift certificates for workshops
-Art for the walls
Where: 422 West 900 South #105, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
When: May 5th 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Why: Because you love art-!
These were found in a tumbler for about five years. I had an idea for them from my Residency in Scotland. That did not fully purged my brain. Not until now. Funny how inspiration works.
Art that is contemporary and illuminates design. A minimalist approach gives my work a contemporary feel and illuminates simple beauty.