Stained Glass and Found Object Assemblages

August 4th - August 5th
Michelle Hinebrook |

Using commonly found metal, glass and wooden structures from chairs and mechanical parts, to household items and more, these reclaimed items will be integrated as structural supports for abstract stained glass compositions. Building onto or finding areas within objects, stained glass pieces will be designed based on the found/reclaimed object. It will also respond to the origins and symbolic meanings of the object itself. Students will learn also how to apply color in order to communicate mood as well as the overall concepts with in the artwork.


Michelle Hinebrook
Weekend Intensive | 2 sessions: August 4-5 
Saturday & Sunday, 10am - 5pm

Class Schedule
  • Weekend | 2 Sessions: August 4 — August 5
    Saturday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location
UrbanGlass Studio
647 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Michelle Hinebrook

Michelle Hinebrook is a contemporary artist living in Brooklyn, New York, best-known for her abstract paintings and glass sculptures. Her work explores geometric abstraction, lending a new perspective to our emotions, memory, perception and sensory experiences. Her paintings are a study of light and movement, subverting the way we see what’s in front of us. Her paintings reflect an intense interest in new media, color theory, visual perception and natural patterns. Various institutions have invited Hinebrook to serve as visiting artist/critic or lecturer, including the College for Creative Studies, College Art Association, Pratt Institute, University of Michigan, BGS University, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Artist Space, Parsons, Western Carolina University, and Nurture Art.

Hinebrook exhibits regularly, including shows at 101 / Exhibit (Los Angeles, CA) Ground Floor Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), David Klein Gallery (Birmingham, MI), Foley Gallery (New York, NY) and Helen Nyborg Contemporary (Copenhagen, Denmark). Her work has been internationally exhibited, commissioned, collected, published and reviewed. Hinebrook's paintings have been featured in over 50 group exhibitions, 18 solo shows and are also included several public and corporate collections. She is a resident artist at XO Projects in Brooklyn and is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor at Pratt Institute.

Education: College for Creative Studies, BFA, Cranbrook Academy of Art, MFA


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