Artist Therman Statom demonstrated at February 2300°, the Museum’s popular free evening event (which takes place on the third Thursday of each month from November through March). Here he talks about his demonstration, about his work in general, and about working with the Museum’s young, emerging glass artists.
An outstanding mixed media artists and one of the early artists working in American Studio Glass, Statom has work represented in the Museum’s collection. He generally creates large-scale sculptural installations; one of these installations graces the local Corning Incorporated headquarters.
Video by Jordan Miller.