Lecture at the de Young Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco / by Beth Lipman

Guest Lecture: The Making of Candlesticks, Books, Flowers, Fruit, and Other Things of Interest, by Beth Lipman

courtesy Montgomery Museum of Fine Art

courtesy Montgomery Museum of Fine Art

September 1, 2016,

10:00 am – 11:00 am

Koret Auditorium

Her work explores aspects of material culture through still lives, site-specific installations, and photographs. The hand-sculpted glass compositions are comprised of inanimate objects that are metaphors for individuals and society. Every object, whether broken, flawed, or perfect is incorporated into the final composition, literally capturing a moment in time. The process of creating defines the final composition. Concepts of mortality, consumerism, materiality, and temporality (critical issues since the inception of the still life tradition in the 17th century) continue to be relevant.

Ticket Information

Free in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Docent Council of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. No reservations required.

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Docent Council

docent@famsf.org

(415) 750-3638