NY Art Exhibit Features One Of A Kind Heady Glass
As smoking culture gains more acceptance, several art galleries have taken the opportunity to showcase some of America's most innovative heady glass artists. David Bienenstock - the former Head of Content of High Times - has been a key player in smoking culture for years, making him the perfect curator for the non-profit ApexArt gallery's "Outlaw Glass" exhibit.
Running until May 27, this exhibit endeavors to show - according to its press release - "how the most exciting movement in art glass today comes from those creating innovative, high-end artifacts that just happen to double to double as tools for...". You can fill in the rest.
These artifacts include Smokin' Sasquatch by Coyle and Hawaii Beaker by Stevie P and Jupiter Nelson.
Bob Snodgrass began blowing glass in the 70s and became famous for his Grateful Dead-themed bongs - often called "Snoddys" - which have become iconic in the smoking community. Bob's work is joined by Bobby Snodgrass IV, Virginia Snodgrass-Gietl and several other talented glass artists at the exhibit, located on 291 Church Street in Manhattan NY.
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