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Opal Finnel and Rilda Martin Moses on Old Growth Log

Membership Meeting
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
at the Des Moines Historical Society Museum.
This meeting is held in an accessible location.

Topic: Art Glass by George C. Scott

Des Moines Compass Rose
Des Moines Compass Rose (photo by George C. Scott)

Octivia
Octivia (photo by George C. Scott)

George is mostly self taught, he started doing leaded glass commissions in Laguna Beach, California and opened a gallery and studio there in 1976. He then expanded into kiln working glass and blown glass and moved to Seattle in 1990. His studio is in Des Moines since 2004 where he works on glass sculpture, glass lighting and glass architectural elements.

His work includes kiln forming, glass blowing, and glass casting as well as associated metal components. Commissions range form residential work to commercial architectural installations such as University of Delaware Performance Center chandeliers., Ministry of Education Kuwait City, Kuwait, Riverboat Casinos, etc. Photos, examples, and more about his work are on his website.

Come join us to hear about his artistic journey.




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