The Wichita Art Museum exhibits work honoring women artists, pre-Columbian artifacts, glass works, and other sculptures and paintings. I found Kay Sekimachi’s Leaf Bowl a fascinating work of art.
The artist of the glass painting did a remarkable job capturing the light reflections.
The museum had some beautiful glass works.
One of the most interesting items in the museum was the history of the Corning Glass Works. Most of us have use Corning dishes. They made the first light bulb for Thomas Edison.
The blown glass exhibit featuring Richard Marquis was entertaining. His glass work was unique, humorous and creative.
Finally, the sculpture titled “Bed” by Lloyd Glasson was amazing.