Beth Dary

1 Main Street

Beth Dary, Caged 3 (2019). Blown Glass With Woven Steel Wire, 10 x 10 x 9 in.

Beth Dary is a Brooklyn-based visual artist. Her work explores global themes that reflect upon the natural world in a variety of media, often creating site-specific and public art installations that are responsive to the local environment. Dary's work has been exhibited in galleries, arts institutions, and museums nationally and internationally and she has received numerous fellowships, residencies and awards including through Yaddo, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Two Trees Cultural Space Subsidy Program.

For the DUMBO Open Studio 2020 Dary will highlight her latest hand-blown glass and wire sculptures, "Caged", along with a recent foray into photograms printed in collaboration with Anne Arden McDonald, "Flare".