Glass blower featured artist
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Glass blower Mary Angus, of Readsboro, perfume bottles.
Glass blower Mary Angus, of Readsboro, perfume bottles.
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WILMINGTON- Glass blower Mary Angus, of Readsboro, is one of the featured artists of the Ann Coleman Gallery Collective Artists’ Space, located at 7 North Main Street.

Angus began working with blown glass at Southern Connecticut State University in 1973. After graduating in 1975, she set up her first studio in Branford, CT. In 1983, Mary and her husband, fellow glass artist K. William LeQuier, moved to Readsboro. Both artists share the glass studio they built in a 100-year old mill building in the village center. Angus creates pieces that show the beauty and fluidity of molten glass through the graceful curves and brilliant color of the blown vessel, such as her vases and perfume bottles.

Angus’ work can be found in collections all over the world as well as the renowned American Glass Museum, in Wheaton Village, NJ.

The ACG Collective Artists’ Space is open everyday 10 am to 5 pm, Friday and Saturdays, 10 am to 6 pm, closed Wednesdays.

For more information call (802) 379-4305 or visit www.artistAnnColeman.com.
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