Greenlease Gallery, Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO. April-May 2010.
The word LUMINOUS can be defined as emitting light or full of light, enlightened or intelligent. For ceramic artist Linda Lighton, it's a light from within.
Linda Lighton's "Luminous" exhibition explored the concept with lighted porcelain chandeliers suspended from the 16-foot ceiling of the Greenlease Gallery. The forms resemble creamy-colored flower blossoms against a midnight blue backdrop. Music by UMKC Conservatory composer Paul Rudy played in the gallery. Click here for photos showing closer views, and a link to the KCUR podcast interview 'Artists in their Own Words'. Also read the KC Star interview and article, and the article by Tanya Hartman, "Linda Lighton's Luminous," for Ceramic Art and Perception #84, pg 48-50.
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