October 2 - 18, 2015
The show, “Color Theory,” a retrospective, celebrated the vibrant colors that are the hallmark of White’s work. White has exhibited work across the country since he opened his first studio in 1995 and Flame Run in 2004. He has more than 20 installations in several states and his work is included in the private collections of Muhammad Ali, President Jimmy Carter, Susan Sarandon, Michael Bolton, Diane Sawyer and many others.
August 1 - September 27, 2015
Flame Run has featured the whimsical, fantastical art of mixed-media sculptor Michael Amis in a solo show that opened Aug. 1 and ran through Sept. 27. The artist’s blown glass pieces are building blocks for amalgamations that include carpet, fake fur, roofing tile, doll hair and other unlikely items. Amis says his work is “as abstract as possible.” Some of his sculptures resemble tools and household cleaning utensils as well as what he calls “little critters.”
October 3 - November 22, 2014
Flame Run featured the work of Steven Ciezki, whose classically inspired work has a fresh, inventive quality in a solo show that opened Oct. 3 and ran through Nov. 22. Ciezki, who earned a BFA from Illinois State University, lives and works in Phoenix, AZ. He completed a residency at the Corning Museum of Glass in May and had an exhibit at SOFA in Chicago in 2013. He is represented by four galleries, including Flame Run.