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07 Jul

Abby Modell Showcases Her Contemporary Glass Artwork

Abby Modell will exhibit her contemporary glass art as a solo exhibitor with Clark Priftis Art at Market Art + Design 2015 at Fairview Farm at Mecox from Thursday July 9 to Sunday July 12, 2015 and as a featured artisan at the Hampton Designer Showhouse from Sunday, July 26 to Monday, September 7, 2015 in Bridgehampton, NY.

Abby Modell’s new ‘Galaxy Collection’ features her three dimensional wall art and sculptural objects. The collection encompasses her vision of contemporary glass by capturing the viewer’s imagination of modern forms within the work. The artist plays with depth and perception by adding mirrored finishes to many of the pieces.

Focused on transparencies and light within the objects, Modell creates work that is inspired by the natural swirling formations of the stars, planets, and the infinite dimension of the night sky. The modern shapes, and intriguing textures allow the viewer’s eye and mind to go on an imaginative journey of discovery with each unique work.
The ‘Galaxy Collection’ features her three dimensional wall art and sculptural objects.

Abby Modell is a widely collected glass artist whose work has been shown at numerous prestigious art fairs and galleries including the Red Dot Art Fair, artMRKT Hamptons, Art Palm Beach, SOFA NY, SOFA Chicago, James Harold Galleries in Lake Tahoe and RASgalleries in Yountville, CA. Modell’s work is in private homes and corporate collections throughout the United States, including the World Headquarters of Morgan Stanley in New York City and the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach. Abby Modell lives and works in New York, NY where she has beencreating hand-blown glass vessels, sculpture and wall hanging works since 2008. She is represented by Clark Priftis Art.

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