SOFA Chicago 2013

SOFA CHICAGO 2013 highlights Pollitt’s year

It never fails. SOFA always highlights my year. And SOFA Chicago 2013 did not disappoint — which is saying something considering my high level of activity this year and the recognition I received.

Harry at SOFA Chicago 2013 Opening Night, standing next to his four glass sculptures exhibited by Riley Gallery
The Pollitts, glass artist Harry & his wife Gaye, in the exhibit of his four glass sculptures at SOFA Chicago 2013

Even so, the magnitude and quality of the work at SOFA Chicago and the energy was once again awe-inspiring. To be part of it, to be represented. To recognize and spend time with collectors. To renew friendships and relationships with galleries. To get reacquainted with fellow artists, see what they have done with their work over the past year, and how we have pushed ourselves and each other in new directions (and toward perfection). It just cannot be compared!

Gaye at SOFA Chicago 2013 standing near four Pollitt glass sculpturesThis year’s show attendance was very good and sales brisk. Thomas R. Riley Galleries represented my glass art at SOFA for the third year in a row. My four glass sculptures were beautifully displayed in their large exhibit space, well represented with truly fine art. They were, as always, their accommodating, warm and caring selves, making it my pleasure to be associated with them.

creating-blue-tango-1And now, with the show season closed for another year, it’s time for new beginnings. It is time to settle down for the winter, think new thoughts, dream new dreams and conjure beautiful new glass art for 2014.

 

 

Who shall this one become?

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