K r i s t i n e   R u m m a n


The Sentinal Tribune

Young artists break the mold for art glass
Posted: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 
By DAVID DUPONT, Sentinel News Editor


States of Matter: the Human Animal 
Opening October 2, 6-9 pm at 2014  
River House Arts  115 W Front St, Perrysburg, OH 43551
(419) 874-8900   www.river-house-arts.com



Now and Ever

S t a t e m e n t:  C o r o n a   S e r i e s  (elemental egg forms)

Light reveals ethereal moments of reflection in the world that abounds. Glass offers clarity, as light can travel through its voluminous form to illuminate a two-dimensional latent world beneath. My intent is to provide a circumstance for participation in these moments. I invite you to interact, touch and move the elemental glass shapes to create and experience compositions formed with light.



Curated by Kristine Rumman
419 Gallery at the Secor: Embark
The Secor Building (Ballroom) • 425 Jefferson Ave. 419.304.2219 •http://www.thesecor.com/
Featuring the work of emerging artists—exploring the next generation of glassworks. Works by Rebecca Chernow, Jennifer Crescuillo, John Hogan, Jessi Li, Kristine Rumman, and others. June 13 - 14: 10 am - 5 pm. June 15: 10 am - 5 pm & 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm. June 16: 11 am - 5 pm.



American Craft Council

Blown Away in the Glass City 

Production Design, Actor  
Tribeca Film "The Cup Reader"

Animal Intelligence

Toledo Area Artists 89th Exhibition. Award






New Work / States of Matter: the Human Animal

New Work / States of Matter: the Human Animal


All images copyright Kristine Rumman. All rights reserved.