The public is welcome to Bren Sibilsky Sculpture in Algoma during the August 12 ArtWave to explore many different fine art pieces and even create their own masterpieces.
Kimberly Lyon will be setting up a “Jewelry Bar” with components to create fused glass jewelry. For $15 participants will choose a base and topping glass as well as other glass pieces to layer in between. Jewelry bails will also be available to use to finish the piece after firing.
The pieces will be kiln-fired and annealed and will be ready to pick up later that weekend or during the following week. For a small additional fee the item can be mailed. Visitors will also be able to purchase self-hardening clay on site to create their own free form sculpture to take home.
Lyon is owner of Ladybug Glass Studio in Casco. She is originally from California and started her glass art business in New York before moving to Casco with her husband John, who teaches at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay.
Bren Sibilsky Sculpture is located a mile and a half from Lake Michigan, just west of Algoma at E5977 Fremont Street. The studio is housed on an old Belgian farmstead in a charming, refurbished machine shed.
Bren’s Sibilsky Sculpture features award-winning sculpture and the remarkable artwork of six other artists including Molly Johnson, Tom Seagard, Brigitte Kozma, Kathryn Vaughn, and Doris Bezio.
For more information visit http://www.brensculpture.com.