Kevin Kutch and Mary Ellen Buxton's partnership began at Metropolitan State Collage in Denver, where Kevin received his BA in sculpture in 1977 and Mary Ellen hers in Printmaking and Art Education in 1976. By 1978 they had married but both chose to pursue separate careers in the arts. The ultimate partnership was cemented in May of 1994, when Kevin and Mary Ellen proudly opened a studio of their own, joining other pioneering young artists along the decaying Red Hook waterfront of Brooklyn. > MORE Here, at the studio, they design and blow thick-walled, multi colored, multiple-bubbled functional glass sculpture. heirs is essentially a liquid medium and an excellent one for discovery. Through it, artist and viewer alike can enjoy exploring the all-too-human fascination with light and color. With deceptively simple designs, Kevin and Mary Ellen bend light and manipulate perception in fine glass sculpture. Their works are featured in national and international galleries, exhibitions and private and public collections. ^ LESS
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