The Old Post Office Museum and Art Center will feature its first fused glass art exhibit through the month of October.


Glass artist Regina Gaddie Scroggins, a Graham native, will be honored with a public reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at the OPOMAC as wall hangings, bowls, crosses and floor sculpture in bold colors will brighten the gallery.

 

Thursday, as Scroggins was making the long seven-hour drive from Richmond, near Houston, she explained the difficult process. Jim Overcash, the museum’s assistant director, said it reminds him of an exhibit one might see at the Kimbell Museum or Dallas Modern Museum of Art. 


To read more about the exhibit, pick up the weekend edition of The Graham Leader.