After parking on the south side of Weber Road or any adjacent street, visitors will take the sidewalk on the west side of the house to reach the garden. There a volunteer will greet them and usher them into the free-standing studio. Once inside, visitors may watch glass being formed by using a torch. There will be paintings, glass work, and assemblage art, both completed and in progress, on display throughout the studio space. Weather permitting there will be a fire going in the studio fireplace.
Lisa Horkin has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Columbus College of Art & Design. After graduating, Lisa worked in painting and textiles exhibiting, lecturing, and teaching, returning to glass blowing in 2002. She recently introduced painting into her glass, and glass into her paintings embarking on a creative journey.
I feel an inner drive, an extension of my fascination with the physical qualities of the world, particularly nature. That fascination flows through complex processes, the details of the physical world with an understanding of their complexities, but a childlike wonderment and need to feel drives me.
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