Nov. 19, 2017 — Jan. 7, 2018

Members Highlight Exhibition: John Darab

John Darab’s fascination with glass began as a child – perhaps after a
family vacation in upstate New York that included a visit to the Corning Museum of Glass.
Later, while studying chemistry at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, he took a class in glass science where
his love for glass from an artistic and scientific perspective blossomed under the tutelage of Dr. Minoru
Tomozawa.

About 15 years ago, he studied glassblowing at Bucks County Community College and since then has
worked to create his own unique style.

Darab submitted his work to the Hunterdon Art Museum’s juried Members Exhibition show. His work
impressed juror, Dr. Kirsten M. Jensen of the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown,
Pennsylvania, who selected him to receive a solo exhibition at the Museum. That show opens on
Sunday, Nov. 19 and runs until Jan. 7, 2018.

Image credit:  John Darab, Interdisciplinary Experiment, 2016, Glass, 4 X 7.5 in., Courtesy of the artist.

Jan. 14 — April 29, 2018

David Ellsworth: A Passion for Wood

Wendy Ellsworth: A Passion for Beads

Painterly Abstractions: Andrew Baron, Lorraine Glessner, Suzanne Kammin

April 29 — Sept. 2

Mary Hamill

May 4 — May 8

T.H.A.T. — The Hunterdon Art Tour

May 13 — Sept. 2, 2018

Katie Truk

Print Show

Sept. 23, 2017 — Jan. 6, 2019

Lace, Not Lace

Walter Chandoha