MADISON, WI: The Gallery at Yahara Bay Distillery is proud to announce their March artist of the month, Wisconsin glass artist Barbara Westfall. A gallery opening reception will be held for Barbara on March 2nd from 5-9 pm at Yahara Bay Distillery and Event Center in Fitchburg, WI. Guests will enjoy an artist meet and greet, light snacks, and Free hourly tours and sampling from the distillery. The gallery opening reception is free to the public and will also feature a cash bar offering locally made craft cocktails. Barbara’s work will be on display at The Gallery @ Yahara Bay Distillery throughout the month of March, 2017.
WHAT: The Gallery @ Yahara Bay Distillery Presents…
A Gallery Opening Reception: Art Glass Designs by Barbara Westfall
WHEN: March 2, 2017, 5-9 pm
WHERE: Yahara Bay Distillery
6250 Nesbitt Rd. #200, Fitchburg, WI 53719
About the Artist:
Barbara Westfall is a Wisconsin artist specializing in the development and creation of art glass designs that weave the beauty and mystery of nature’s forms, materials and colors into people’s lives. She received formal training in glass and sculpture from the University of WI-Madison where she earned a BFA and an MFA. Barbara also served as an Assistant Professor of Art at The University of Wisconsin-Platteville from 2011-2014. She currently lives and works in her studio located in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin.
Drawing inspiration from the rich colors of brandy, rum, bourbon and liqueurs, Barbara’s unique and locally made glass designs offer guests an opportunity to shop for one of a kind art pieces for their home or office. This solo art exhibit, hosted at Madison’s first distillery, gives guests an opportunity to support both art and artisan both with their own unique tastes and charm.
“The colors, forms and materials I see in nature inspire me. Glass, wood, shell, natural stone and stainless steel are the ingredients in my art. My creative process is intrinsically woven into my day-to-day interactions with the natural world. My art reflects my immersion in nature, and through my expressions of ecosystems I have learned to further appreciate the beauty and complexity of life on our planet.”