GLASS, CINDERS & THORNS GROUP SHOW RETURNS TO 323EAST GALLERY

 

The fairy-tale inspired group show Glass, Cinders & Thorns, curated by April Segedi of 323East has returned for a reprise. The show boasts 30 female artists from across the nation opened onthis past weekend on Saturday, November 17th.

PLAYGROUND DETROIT‘s own team member Samantha ‘Banks’ Schefman, Lacey Bryant, and Sheri DeBow were a few of the new artists included to hang beside recognizable names from 2009’s installation of Glass, Cinders & Thorns: such as one of our favorites, Audrey Pongracz, standouts Rudy FigKelly Vivanco, and more. All of the one-of-a-kind pieces from the show are now available for purchase at 323East Gallery in Royal Oak, Michigan, and online at 1xRUN– “the premier online destination for exclusive one of a kind artwork […] founded by the team at 323East.” Start shopping now for the holidays!

Press gets an insider’s view of Bethany Shorb’s piece

Opening attendees peeking into Bethany Shorb’s ‘Goldilocks & the The Bears’

323East & 1xRUN team member, Dan Armand, shows off what is inside Bethany Shorb’s ‘Goldilocks & the Three Bears’

Bethany Shorb’s ‘Goldilocks & the Three Bears’

Dolls by Sheri DeBow: ‘I’m Late,’ ‘I’m a Princess in Daddy’s House,’ &’The Ghost of Alice;’ and ‘Forest Kami’ by Emi Slade

A guest views works by Sandi Calistro, Jenna Colby, and Edith Lebeau

Guests view ‘Something Wicked’ by Jenn Mann

‘Sappho’ by Samantha ‘Banks’ Schefman

Works by (L to R) Sienna Freeman, Christine Benjamin, Jen Beaudoin, and Jenna Colby

‘Let Me In’ by Audrey Pongracz

Curator April Segedi & artist Samantha ‘Banks’ Schefman

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