COOP Gallery / 507B Hagan St. June 3, 2017 - June 27, 2017

Jennifer Crescuillo

COOP Gallery is pleased to present Future Fossils a collection of small sculptural works by Jennifer Crescuillo. Future Fossils transforms obsolete technological remains into dense cast-glass objects. Divorced from their original function, these objects are ghosts made permanent through process.

more about the artist:
Jennifer Crescuillo is an internationally exhibited artist currently living and working in Silver Point, Tennessee with her family. She was first introduced to glass at Bowling Green State University where she completed her Bachelor’s of Fine Art in glass. Jennifer continued her research at Southern Illinois University where she earned her Master’s of Fine Art in glass. She has worked at various glass studios, such as Pilchuck Glass School, The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass, Pittsburgh Glass Center, and others. Together with her partner, Andrew Najarian, Jennifer operates High Polish Studio specializing in custom and contract cold working services.