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Golden Pears by Corey Hubbell
Andrew Noga first started working with glass over a decade ago, at Southern Illinois University under the guidance of Bill Boysen. After college, Andrew went to study with a number of established glass artist, including Venetian goblet maker, Chuck Savoie. Andrew now teaches and shows in galleries nation wide. In his work, Andrew uses classical shape and technique and combines them with form that express the fluid nature of the glass.
Alexis Silk is a student of human form. She combines her knowledge of anatomy with her passion for fire to create female figures in cast metal and hot sculpted glass. Alexis received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she specialized in foundry. Simultaneously she independently pursued glass blowing and sculpting.
Her sculptures portray female forms as strong and sensual, emphasizing sexuality as a strength. Her work questions gender roles and stereotypes associated with American females. While making intrinsically beautiful objects, she subtly targets issues such as preconceptions limiting women’s roles in the work force in conjunction with body stereotypes.
Alexis Silk and Andrew Noga continue to show in galleries nation wide. The combination of Andrews discipline of the material reflected through Venetian techniques and Alexis' understanding of human anatomy, expressing freedom with form, allows them both to create work that continues to influence and excite each other.
Classic Elegance by Andrew Noga and Alexis Silk
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