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Raining Glass in Lincoln City
Published: 04/28/2017
 
Glass Raindrops by artist Kelly Howard at Volta Gallery
Glass Raindrops by artist Kelly Howard at Volta Gallery

Volta Gallery in Lincoln City is featuring a new glass installation by artist Kelly Howard. With so many things in life turned upside down, Kelly envisioned a series of clear glass pieces that magnify and flip the surrounding images in the room. Inspired by her love of rain, the installation was set in motion with the creation of about 200 glass drops in various sizes. These glass raindrops are priced from $85-$150 each. Volta Gallery, 4830 SE HWY 101, Lincoln City (541) 996-7600

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