North Carolina Museum of Art and Penland School of Craft created the exhibition 0-60: The Experience of Time Through Contemporary Art. Beth Lipman’s monumental glass installation was photographed and reviewed for Barbara Schreiber’s Sculpture Magazine article.
Schreiber writes, “Beth Lipman’s Bride is a disturbing spectacle of waste and shattered illusions. The huge glass variation on a vanitas painting depicts the dimension of time, with dramatic movement from order to entropy. Configured like a wedding cake, it devolves from an upper tier of tidy glassware into a chaotic mess of broken and melted pieces interspersed with small, wild animals.”