An Evening of Glass Sculpture and Photography
A rare joint showcase of Timothy Lindemann’s glass chandeliers and photographs from Hutch Axilrod’s journey through India and Nepal.
When: Saturday, June 11, 2011, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: Carr Winery, 414 N. Salsipuedes St., Santa Barbara
Cost: Not available
Age limit: Not available
Childhood friends and S.B. natives, Timothy and Hutch draw upon their adventures and experiences in the S.B. Mountains and beyond.
Timothy developed his vision through studies in biology, inspiring the unique naturalistic themes in his work. Having worked with glass for the better part of two decades, Lindemann’s beautiful, organic glass sculptures and fantastical chandeliers grace homes of many styles, from traditional to modern, across the country.
Hutch’s work has been published around the world from advertising to editorial magazines. He’s been a regular contributor to Getty Images for more than ten years. Infatuated with the human struggle and with what it means to be alive, Axilrod finds subjects who have a fragile, un-styled, poetic allure that at times he captures unnoticed, thus creating an intimacy that reveals a deep and occasionally disturbing beauty. His most recent adventure took him on a journey from Kathmandu Nepal to the birthplace of Yoga in Rishikesh India from there he headed north to the India/China boarder exploring The Valley Of Flowers in the Himalayas.
For more on Tim’s work, see www.lindemannglass.com.
For more on Hutch’s work, see www.hutchaxilrod.com.
Event posted May 27, 2011
Last updated June 1, 2011