The Imagine Museum has access to the Trish Joy Collection of over 1,500 contemporary National and International glass art works representing the finest artists working with the material of glass in the world. At any given time, our Museum displays approximately 500 of these works in curated exhibitions. During your visit, you will find exhibitions that demonstrate the history of the American Studio Glass Movement, galleries that showcase individual artists who have made their mark in the art field, as well as galleries that take you through various themes relating to the magical properties of glass. Imagine Museum invites you to visit over and over again as we strive to bring to our audience the “best of the best” glass art in the world today.
Interactive VR/AR presentation (currently closed)
American Masters in Glass Galleries 3 - 6
Walking into the American Masters exhibit, you will be awed by the brilliant display of all the possibilities of glass as an artform. Artists who began the Studio Glass Movement, along with 2nd and 3rd generation of artists working with glass, come together in a stunning example of the diversity of ideas, techniques and creativity.
Shelley Muzylowsky Allen
K. William LeQuier
GLASS NOW Galleries 7 - 9
Prepare to be amazed as you confront the most current ideas, trends, and techniques in the glass art world today. You will see with your own eyes the collaboration between science and art. American and International artists come together to create a display that will keep you coming back for more.
Well of Wisdom
Reflection & Ray
1000 BUDDHA INSTALLATION Gallery 209
Founder, Trish Duggan, works conceptually developing meaningful installations with the intention to inspire, uplift and educate. The 1000 Buddha Installation was inspired by the quote .
CURRENT ROTATION EXHIBITS
LIGHTNESS OF SEEING Galleries 1 - 2
The “Lightness of Seeing” is a survey of contemporary glass art works from around the world revealing the salient energy of light and form captured in transparent glass.
asian glass art GALLERY 212
Glass art works from Japan and South Korea are featured in this exhibit displaying commentary on nature, form and light.
Kimiake & Shin-Ichi Higuchi
Scene of Japan #83
Drawing on the Vessel #83
bertil vallien GALLERIES 213-217
Imagine Museum is delighted to showcase the works of Swedish Master Bertil Vallien. Vallien’s variety of artworks will take your breath away, from sand cast glass to the blown glass “super eggs” representing breath. His perspective on life, love, passage and travel are all represented in this “soulful” exhibit.
petr hora GALLERY 211
Lino tagliapietra GALLERY 210
glass path installation
Annually, the “Glass Path” hallway on the 2nd floor changes out to give the
museum goer an experience as they stroll through the galleries.