As an artist and science educator, Lin utilizes the heat of her commitment, as well as that of her kilns and torches, to sculpt recycled glass and metal into work that celebrates and advocates for the health of our planet and its inhabitants.Using her contemporary version of an ancient Roman glass casting technique known as “pate de verre” (paste of glass), Lin casts large chunks of glass in molds. Light bouncing off the lacy edges of the resulting forms enlivens the pieces.
~Lin’s work is featured in a front page article, “The Scientist Artist,” in the 4/17/13 edition of the Skagit Valley Herald. www.skagitpublishing.com
~Keep Lin in First Place! VOTE for your favorite sculpture at www.auburnwa.gov/sculpture. The winning sculpture will be purchased by the city to become part of their permanent collection. It’s fast and easy. Thanks!
~”Buy It or Break It” Silent Auction at Scott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial St. Anacortes, WA www.scottmilo.com Now through April 30, you can bid on one of my last remaining hanging glass mosaics.
~Just invited! The City of Des Moines, WA, has just invited Lin to create her proposed “Shorebirds” sculpture for their upcoming inaugural Art on Poverty Bay exhibition. Look for installation in late May, with the dedication on June 1, 2013.
- NEW: Childhood’s End Gallery, Olympia, WA
- Karla Matzke Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Camano Island, WA
- Museum of Northwest Art Gallery Museum, La Conner, WA
- Schack Art Center Gift Gallery, Everett, WA
- Scott Milo Gallery, Anacortes, WA