October 11, 2012

Meet a group of artists who define light in different and unique ways. Linda Beaumont likes for her works to resonate the moment the light of a piece enters a viewer, be it through glass or in a constructed space. Being an artist just kind of happened out of the need to create for James Armstrong. His art is mostly compiled of rejected glass from his father’s old glass factory, and is a product of what he’s passionate about. Passion is told through a story for Chel White, and he uses this to showcase the images he captures in his filmmaking that centers around environmental stewardship. Charles Miner’s work is all about adaptation: both to accidents and to his own body’s limitations.

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