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Modern Mixes - A Medley of Expression

Mix, Mingle, and be Merry! Join us for two nights of festivity as we celebrate the artistry of four unique artists. Witness the rare opportunity into their creative mindset as you mingle with the artists, enjoy a mix of art styles, and sip fun cocktails.

Thursday, December 8th 06:00 - 08:30 PM
Friday, December 9th 06:00 - 08:30 PM

Inspirations of Tim Miller: Thursday December 8th from 6-6:45pm

Inspired at a young age and full of ideas Tim Miller loves to stretch the limits of design and explore ways to maintain a progressive approach to glassblowing. From vases to chandeliers there is no limit to his creativity.

Mosaics with Mary Hong: Thursday, December 8th 7-7:45pm.

Washed up glass on the beaches of Hawaii inspired Mary Hong to create whimsical works of art, mixing her passion for art and travel. She has developed a unique art form that combines paint and glass on canvas.

Expanding Horizons with Brad Robertson: Friday, December 9th from 6-6:45pm

With the unique ability to work with color and texture, Brad paints with depth, complexity, and expressiveness. His fresh expressionistic style provokes the mind to wander across his multiple layers of texture and color as if viewing a coastal shoreline or witnessing an everlasting horizon.

The Transformation of Max Hayslette: Friday December 9th from 7-7:45pm

Memory and imagination are two key elements Max combines to create his stunning works of art. His works evoke sentiments of warmth, comfort and familiarity as they transport the viewer to numerous exotic destinations in the far corners of the world, creating a symphony of color and light along the way.

All four artists have uniquely crafted and established their own styles of art in the contemporary world. By attending both nights, you'll have the opportunity to meet each artist and hear about their artistic progression. With a variety of different mediums ranging from Max Hayslette's ingenious and influential work over the past 60 years, to Brad Robertson's exquisite eye for texture and use of color, with Mary Hong's innovative technique of glass on canvas, and Tim Miller's mesmerizing and inspiring glass sculpture, there will truly be something for everyone to admire.