One of the things I like best about working with the Wexler Gallery is getting the opportunity to travel to some of the many shows they do annually. The Collective Design Fair in New York City is quite possibly one of the most eye-popping, with booth after booth of astonishing sculpture, furniture, lighting, jewelry, and contemporary design objects. It is a rich mix of both vintage and contemporary pieces, established and emerging artists and designers. The crowd that the venue draws is equally as interesting to look at as the work.
This year, Wexler exhibited my suspended "Illuminated Sculpture", as well as two new exclusive absinthe fountains and the "Reliquary Group".
As if the Collective show wasn't mind-twisting enough, no visit to New York is complete without a visit to the downright staggering collection of objects (and glass!) at Creel and Gow. If you haven't been, go ahead, treat yourself. They have it all.