RAA Artist Honored
solo featured artist at the Brooklyn
Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC) .......... 27th Spring Show, "Color of Hope." As a featured artist you are allowed multiple works, for which Radenberg was granted the whole 2nd floor center aisle. She filled it with three mobiles, eight sculptures, and four small hanging 'objects.' Using nature as her source of inspiration, even though her art pieces are abstract, she creates something of beauty with objects what would otherwise be discarded. As you enter the aisle you are greeted by three of her sculptures made of 'found' recycled and scrap stained glass. Then you are dazzled by the large aquamarine - turquoise colored stained glass mobile with its whirling, playful objects which mesmerize the viewer. Moving along the aisle you continue to be amazed by the playfulness and motion of mobiles and interesting glass sculptures having glass floating on wires. With the sculptures, suspending the glass on the wires gives the illusion of space and openness as with the mobile so it changes glass to a totally different look. The last sculpture is like a ministage where the glass is set up to give one joy and wonderment. Radenberg has taken glass out of the traditional setting and moved it into another venue with design and taste. There are another four weekends left to see the BWAC Spring show! Get directions on bwac. org website.