Mark your calendars for these upcoming summer and fall events featuring new works by Preston Singlatary.
Beyond the Horizon
Seattle Art Fair
Visit this year’s Seattle Art Fair to see new works presented by the Traver Gallery at Booth G25, August 2nd – 5th.
104” x 28” x 14”
Sand carved glass and metal
Blue Rain Gallery
Opens August 16th, 2018
Join Blue Rain Gallery as they present a new collection for the “Mystic Knowledge” exhibition to coincide with Santa Fe’s Indian Market. Visit the gallery on Friday August 17th and Saturday August 18th 11AM – 3PM to see glass blowing by Preston Singletary.
29.5" x 10" x 3"
Blown and sand carved glass
Frye Art Museum
Makers of the Now: Contemporary Native American and First Nations Artists
September 20th, 2018, 7PM
Join the Frye Art Museum and Preston Singletary for this lecture to hear Singletary talk about his art. This series presents five Native American and First Nations artists living and working in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, highlighting their individual practices and examining the production of knowledge about contemporary indigenous artists. Within the context of an art world that retains anthropological notions about Native American and First Nations art—past and present—the speakers will discuss their processes, collaborations, and the ways in which they are constantly reimagining, adapting, and preserving their traditions in the present as well as for future generations. Details and tickets available HERE.
Opens October 4th, 2018
Stonington Gallery will show the wide breadth of Singletary’s work, including blown glass Tlingit Baskets, cast bronzes, glass jewelry, and limited edition prints.
8" x 8"
Opens October 6th, 2018
"Raven and the Box of Daylight", the upcoming major Preston Singletary traveling exhibition at the Museum of Glass opens October 6th, 2018. "Raven and the Box of Daylight" is the Tlingit story of Raven and his transformation of the world—bringing light to people via the stars, moon, and sun. This story holds great significance for the Tlingit people. The exhibition features a dynamic combination of artwork, storytelling, and encounter, where the Tlingit story unfolds during the visitor’s experience.