A Tisket, A Tasket | SaraBeth Post Eskuche

A Tisket, A Tasket | SaraBeth Post Eskuche

Join Foci in welcoming Pittsburgh based visual artist SaraBeth Post Eskuche in her first solo exhibition "A Tisket, A Tasket". This exhibition features an array of glass objects and installations touching on themes of childhood games and investigation.

Exhibition Statement

In its original context the phrase, “A Tisket, A tasket” was made up purely to rhyme in a childhood limerick. A Tisket A Tasket, an exhibition by glass artist SaraBeth Post Eskuche, explores themes of potential and growth, weaving together imagery of nature and objects from childhood.  

"This collection of work has allowed me to explore almost every discipline of glassmaking; neon, casting, furnace-work, and flame-work. Though maintaining my long standing interest in objects and games associated with childhood play, I am currently investigating a likeness in the early stages of growth in my home garden and the early stages of human development. Both plants and people share a need to be nurtured, in hopes to reach their full potential. Color in my work is sunlight!"

Artist Biography

SaraBeth Post Eskuche (she/her) is a multi-faceted glass artist working in sculpture, functional wares, and jewelry out of Pittsburgh PA. She earned her BFA in Glass + 3D Studios from the University of Louisville and completed the Core Fellowship at Penland School of Craft. Inspired by ideas and imagery of growth in humanity and nature, SaraBeth juxtaposes themes of childhood and gardens.

Post Eskuche has exhibited at Penland Gallery (Penland, NC), Cressman Center for Visual Arts (Louisville, KY), Kentucky Museum of Art (Louisville, KY), WCU Bardo Fine Arts Museum (Cullowhee, NC), Bunker Projects (Pittsburgh, PA), Pittsburgh Glass Center (Pittsburgh, PA). She has taught at The Studio at Corning Museum of Glass, Peters Valley School of Craft, Pittsburgh Glass Center and upcoming at FOCI Minnesota Center for Glass Art. SaraBeth works part-time as the Communications Coordinator at Crafting the Future, a nonprofit organization working to increase creative enrichment by connecting artists of color with opportunities that will help them thrive. 

Artist’s Website: www.sarabethpost.net

Artist Instagram: @ultralit.sb

Gallery Hours: 

Tuesday-Sunday 11am-6pm. Closed Monday.

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