Free and Unique Art Show to Come to Union University
JACKSON, Tenn. -- For the first time in school history, Union University will host a glass show at its gallery on campus.
San Francisco artist David Patchen created the art.
He lent the glass work to Union for everyone to see until October 3rd.
The exhibit is free and open to the public Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The Union Gallery opened about 20 years ago, and the school says this exhibit is a must see for art enthusiasts.
"These are not your ordinary works of glass blowing," Lee Benson, University Art Chairman said. "These are multiple layers, multiple colors. It takes years to master this technique, and that is what is so unique about this show is that he has mastered a technique that very few people in the world know how to do."