“Glass Bone Horse” by Jude Schlotzhauer.
Kiln cast glass and found metal objects.
2013. Measures 11″ h x 19″ L x 5″ W.
Jude Schlotzhauer is a fulltime studio artist, with a BFA in painting and an MFA in glassworking. She taught glass working for over 25 years at Virginia Commonwealth University and as a visiting artist at universities and art centers across the country and in Mexico and Malaysia. She currently teaches at the Visual Art Center of Richmond, the Virginia Museum and the Lorton Art Center.
Her art work encompasses three categories: architectural commission work, a line of functional pieces such as plates and tiles, and personal sculptural pieces for gallery shows. Installations include some works on public sites, such as a twenty foot mural in the VCU dining center, a sculpture in the Richmond Children's Museum, an outside glass wall at Randolph Community Center, and a hanging installation at the Medical College of Virginia hospital. Most of the work is in private and corporate collections, including Capital One, Dominion, Chesapeake Capital Corporation and three glass walls in a Marine Officer's Club in Iwakuni, Japan.