Progressive Illuminata Walking Tour with Featured Artist, Julie Conway
Tour begins at 8:00 p.m.
This tour is free and open to the public.
The Rockwell is pleased to be part of eight participating venues for glass artist Julie Conway’s progressive district-wide installation, Illuminata, a unique exhibit that explores the refraction and reflection of light through glass.
- Meet at 8:00 p.m. in front of Gustin’s Goldsmiths (71 E. Market Street)
- Follow the trail with artist Julie Conway to 8 participating venues
- The tour will culminate in a reception at The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes (79 W. Market Street) at 9:00 p.m.
- The artwork will be on view at throughout GlassFest weekend, May 25 – 28
Her artwork, Wallflower, will be suspended from the ceiling in The Rockwell’s Museum Store. This piece is intended as a technological interpretation of nature, is an other-worldly “flower” that lights from within and reflects the world around it.
About Julie Conway
Julie Conway is the owner of ILLUMINATA ART GLASS DESIGN LLC, a studio of custom glassworks. Her first molten blob of glass was formed in 1997, from there, she never looked back.
Her training with international glass masters influenced her use of timeless skills incorporated with modern designs for her art glass lighting and jewelry collection. Collaborating with architects, designers, collectors and clients to create extraordinary custom, lighted glassworks is her specialty. Her passion for spontaneous and elegant design comes from the nature of molten glass and its properties to refract and reflect light – the result is orchestrated installations of light and glass that can transform interior space.
Julie’s studio practice is based in Seattle WA, where she collaborates with highly talented teams of glassmakers and fabricators to help her execute her art glass lighting commissions.