Fluid Conversation

Sculpture

Pink, Photo: Ken Emly

It’s easy to take water for granted; it predictably appears on demand in seemingly inexhaustible supply.  Soberingly, in large parts of the world, potable water is an unattainable luxury.  Since 2007, glass artist Katrina Hude has used art to cultivate discussion about water conservation.  She does this through the motif of the watering can, as she explains in a public lecture to commence her residency at the Toledo Museum of Art.  Continue reading