Window shopping just got a whole lot more fun. If you’re looking for something special, unusual and unique, then a special exhibition of small and large windows at the local art gallery might be just
Window shopping just got a whole lot more fun. If you’re looking for something special, unusual and unique, then a special exhibition of small and large windows at the local art gallery might be just the ticket. Featuring a diverse range of designs and styles, there is something for everyone. From salvaged timber frames to stained glass panels, these eye-catching displays add a dash of drama and intrigue to any setting.
The show provides ample opportunity for visitors to take in some wonderful views from unexpected angles. From up high, you can get a bird’s-eye view of the artist’s creations or marvel at their intricacy from below. Small windows often provide an intimate window into a room while larger ones can give off an impressive sense of grandeur.
If you have an eye for the intricate, then this is definitely the place to be. Take your time and take in all that is on offer as each window has been carefully selected to create a cohesive yet dynamic display. For those who like to take risks, don’t be afraid to mix it up – spot the unifying color or motif that ties each design together.
Bringing in natural light, letting the outside in and offering an escape from everyday life, windows serve more than one purpose in any home, office or commercial space. So why not spend some enjoyable time exploring different materials and shapes? Whether you choose an old Gothic arch or a sleek modern design – you’ll find both small and large windows at the exhibition are sure to make great additions to your living space.
For the last few weeks, if you’ve been travelling around town, you might have noticed some stunning windows popping up around town. These windows are part of an exhibition called “Small and Large Windows”, organized by a group of local artists.
The exhibition showcases different sized windows from all around the world, ranging from small pocket sized windows to large cathedral style ones. Each window has its own unique story, with many of them recreating scenes and images from stories, paintings and ancient myths. The exhibition aims to show the differences between windows both in size and design across cultures, helping to highlight their beauty no matter how big or small they may be.
One of the main attractions of the exhibition is a large stained-glass window that was created by renowned artist Keith DuBois. This magnificent piece features a night sky filled with stars set against a deep blue and purple backdrop. The attention to detail on this piece is incredible and deserves to be seen up close.
Another popular feature of this exhibition is the various workshops and events held throughout its duration. From guided tours to glass art classes, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Not only is it a great way for people to learn about how different windows are created but also an opportunity for people to come together in appreciation of these works of art.
If you’re looking for something unique and interesting to do this summer holidays, I would highly recommend paying a visit to this fascinating exhibition. You won’t be disappointed by the variety of stunning windows on display – from tiny rustic frames to grandiose cathedral constructions – each one telling its own fascinating story.