|Work by Mika Negishi Laidlaw|
|Jennifer McCurdy, Gilded Wing|
|Work by Jennifer McCurdy|
On the right is a porcelain titled "White Cube", by Ivan Albreht. There's a feeling of compression or crowding to it, and a sense of birth or rebirth.
|Ivan Albreht, "Circle", porcelain and steel.|
|"Circle", overhead view.|
These heads are nearly at eye-level, in a circle, facing out, looking inquisitive, some languishing, oblivious to each other, speak to the human condition.
The large work shown on the right is by Giannina Coppiano Dwin. The duality of the large domed elements and the surrounding small disks give this piece a meditative, restful quality.
|"Platter with Handles", by Juan Carlos Navas|
|Juan Carlos Navas "Bowl"|
These works by Juan Carlos Navas have a delightful creaminess and volumetric delicacy to them.
|Works by John Brekke|
|"Communication", by Duncan McClelland|
This show runs through April 9th, meaning you still have the chance to see it. Duncan McClellan Glass, 2342 Emerson Ave. South. St Petersburg. 813.760.6600 or 727.421.4141.
See more of Duncan's extraordinary work here: [Link]