Liliana Glenn is a multi media artist from Natick who often works in glass and glass beads. Liliana's contemporary glass art reflects her artistic interest in metaphor and improvisation converging with precise lampwork technique. The glass colors she engages range from the bold and outspoken to the quiet and transcendental. She varies surfaces from smooth and glossy to textured, rich in relief and dynamism. From her home studio in Natick, she creates distinctive glass beads, original jewelry and mixed media sculptural work that are featured in national and international galleries. Liliana's highly acclaimed teaching style is grounded in her philosophy which emphasizes a playful and adaptive approach to flameworking.
The PhotoSynthesis exhibit at Bacon Free Library runs through April 28, 2014. See more photographs from this series at photosynthesis-artphotography.
Old Town Calendars
THE 2014 OLDTOWN CALENDAR IS AVAILABLE AT BACON FREE LIBRARY FOR $15.
A century ago, the communities along the narrowing Charles River in Natick, Dover, Wellesley, and Sherborn became famous as “Oldtown” in Oldtown Folks by Harriet Beecher Stowe. The Oldtown Calendar, with local images by local photographers, is compiled from the annual Oldtown Photo Calendar Competition.
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THE GALLERY OF BACON FREE LIBRARY
Supported by the Friends, always has an art exhibit gracing its walls.
Oils, watercolors, photographs and sculptures have been featured in the past.
Artists interested in showing at the gallery, or those interested in purchasing artworks which have been displayed, please contact Friends of Bacon Free Library member Jan Martin via the library at 508 653 6730