SALEM, Mass., May 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- On Saturday June 3rd from 4-8pm Witch DR will be hosting COPA: Cups to Cauldrons. This exhibit features the largest collection of drinking vessels ever assembled by pipemakers. What began as a very small invitational snowballed into submissions from over 200 established lampworkers worldwide. The purpose of COPA is to expose "pipemakers" abilities in a more traditional art form, drinking vessels.
On Friday June 2nd between the hours of 12-8pm Witch DR would like to invite all media outlets to a private viewing of this exhibition. Members of our staff and participating artists will be present to entertain conversation and questions regarding the show. We encourage all those attending to bring their camera as there is much to capture. In addition to COPA, Witch DR is also hosting to impressive installations by glass artist Matt Eskuche, and a collection of hand made signage by Andrew Balbo.
More info on Witch DR: Established in 2012, Witch DR is a gallery dedicated to displaying the most impressive functional art being produced today. Along with their display of functional glass art, Witch DR also houses a glass blowing studio inside their gallery, allowing visitors to watch the pipes being made right in front of them. Celebrating their 5 year anniversary this year, Witch DR has grown by leaps and bounds throughout their existence and to celebrate this milestone they have brought over 200 artists together in celebration of the limitless possibilities of the talented artists in the glassblowing industry.
COPA Info: http://www.witchdr.com/blogs/witch-dr-blog/copa-cups-to-cauldrons/
Matt Eskuche: www.matteskuche.com
Andrew Balbo: www.steezdesign.com
COPA: Cups to Cauldrons
109 Lafayette St
Salem, MA 01970
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