Glimmering Gone focuses on the work of two artists who live on different continents - Europe and North America. Ingalena Klenell is recognized for her intricate, lacelike kiln-formed compositions, while Beth Lipman is best known for her European-inspired glass still lifes. Both use colorless glass in large-scale installations to convey the strength and fragility of nature and the relationship of humans to the landscape.
The two artists have collaborated on three large-scale installations of colorless and white glass - Landscape, Mementos, and Artifacts - that present a metaphor for material culture, landscape, and life. Glimmering Gone presents their work in an elegant accordian-fold, slipcased volume.
Watch the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/user/museumofglass?feature=mhum#p/u/12/nKevjOvSui0