Wilmington, Del. (April 3, 2017) – Tauber’s bowls are inspired by the cauldron-like depressions created by the inward collapse of a volcano, also known as calderas. In her studio, patterned glass is slumped (or collapsed) into deeper molds in a hot kiln. The result – a caldera. This form enables Tauber to tell a story on both the inside and outside surfaces of the bowl, and allows light to play an important part in the presentation.
The exhibition will be on view from April 7-28 with an opening reception on Friday, April 7, from 5-7 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public.
The Delaware Division of the Arts, a branch of the Delaware Department of State, is dedicated to cultivating and supporting the arts to enhance the quality of life for all Delawareans. Together with its advisory body, the Delaware State Arts Council, the Division administers grants and programs that support arts programming, educate the public, increase awareness of the arts, and integrate the arts into all facets of Delaware life. For more information about the Delaware Division of the Arts, visit artsdel.org or call 302-577-8278.