The shortest month of the year is packed with special observations: Groundhog day, Presidents' Day, and of course, Valentine's Day. Surprise that special person in your life with a visit to our gallery - hand made art created by 24 local artists.
Art after Five
Art after Five happens every first Friday of the month, and Art IN Hand is open until 8pm. Bring your family and friends, enjoy light refreshments and explore the local art in our gallery. February's student art exhibit features the talented artists from Lebanon Middle School. Our artists want to provide local students recognition for their hard work in developing their passion.
Did you Know...
Have you wondered how fused glass art is made? Deb Achgill, one of our glass artists explains the process with one of her glass plates:
It begins with small pieces of glass which are cut into squares, then heated to around 1460 degrees F. - forming the pieces into a round shape. These glass dots are then placed onto a piece of glass, and in the kiln at temperatures of approximately 1350 degrees F. The last step is to place the fused glass onto a ceramic mold and slumped (warming the glass until it takes the shape of the mold).
Each of the above steps is programmed into the kiln and the process may take 7 to 9 hours for each step to go through the firing stages
Deb is among our gallery's 24 local artists. Plan a visit soon.