Stained Glass Association of America Presents: Judith Schaechter
The Buffalo History Museum Happy Hour History
The Stained Glass Association (SGAA) is delighted to present an engaging evening with renowned stained glass artist Judith Schaechter, in partnership with The Buffalo History Museum (TBHM).
Schaechter will share insights into her work, discussing the innovative techniques and artistic perspectives she employs in the creation of her pieces. This will be an illuminating experience for art enthusiasts and aspiring artists alike.
Thanks to this partnership, the SGAA is able to bring the history and vitalization of the stained glass industry to the community in a new light through The Buffalo History Museum. Their collaborative exhibition "On the Shoulders of Giants: Innovation in Stained Glass" is on display in their Portico Gallery until January 14th, 2024. This exhibition is in conjunction with The Judson Studios and the SGAA’s 120th anniversary celebration, and features Schaechter's work titled Human Nature.
About Judith Schaechter:
Judith Schaechter, a distinguished award-winning artist, and graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, has carved her niche as a professional stained glass artist. With her unique approach, both technically and artistically, Schaechter has garnered recognition worldwide for her innovative creations.
Judith Schaechter is not only a celebrated artist but also a dedicated educator. She has conducted workshops at esteemed institutions, including the Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle, the Penland School of Crafts, Toyama Institute of Glass (Toyama, Japan), and the Australia National University in Canberra, Australia.
Her work is housed in distinguished collections worldwide, such as the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Hermitage in Russia, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Corning Museum of Glass, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, among many others.
November 8th, 2023
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Buffalo History Museum, 1 Museum Ct, Buffalo, NY 14216
Admission: $5 (Free for TBHM Members)