Meet the Maestro: Karen LaMonte
Throughout her career, Karen LaMonte has explored representations of the human body, and the way clothing shapes and reflects cultural norms and perceptions. More recently, she has broadened her focus to examine other kinds of bodies, while continuing to base her work on a rigorous process of research, contemplation and technical development.
After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design with honors in 1990, LaMonte was awarded a fellowship at the Creative Glass Center of America, then worked at UrbanGlass. Receiving a Fullbright Scholarship to create large-scale cast glass in Prague, she moved to the Czech Republic in 1999, where she works and lives today. She completed her first major work, Vestige, during her Fullbright year.
Also this month: Curt Sullan
Meet the Maestro: Curt Sullan
May 4, 2019
Saturday 10:00am (Refreshments at 9:30am)
Globe Fine Art
727 Canyon Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87501
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Recap of last month's Maestro: Jennifer Halvorson
Jennifer Halvorson is an artist and educator. She earned dual B.F.A. degrees in Metal and Glass at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She also studied abroad at the Australian National University in Canberra. After completing her undergraduate studies, Jennifer traveled to Denmark as a Fulbright Scholar. She continued studying glass at Danmarks Designskole in Copenhagen and became assistant to glass artist Steffen Dam and Micha Karslund.
Jennifer earned her Master of Fine Arts in Glass from the Rochester Institute of Technology, within the School for American Crafts. She was a resident artist at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, and a visiting scholar within the glass department at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.