Interior : Exterior :: Fragility : Strength


This two-person collaborative exhibit explores the physical and physiological relationships, which resides between the interior and exterior of certain objects. Entirely worked out in the medium of glass, these pieces involve a variety of techniques: blown, cast, cold worked and lamp worked, as a means to present a metaphoric and symbolic viewing of the boundaries and permeability within our human emotions.

Amarnek has been working with glass for the past four years and is an instructor and shop technician at the Pittsburgh Glass Center. She received a BFA, with a concentration in glass working, from Tyler School of Art at Temple University.

McFarland has an eclectic background in glass fabrication and is a contracted instructor at the Pittsburgh Glass Center. She earned her BS and an MA in experimental psychology/neuroscience from Bowling Green State University, OH.