Join us for an inspiring lecture with glass artist Leo Tecosky. Leo works at the intersection of cultural exchange, craft traditions and the pursuit of knowledge of self. He blends glass making techniques with deconstructed graffiti iconography. Born in New Mexico, raised in Miami and now currently in Brooklyn, his experience living in many places and traveling to others has helped shape Leo’s view of the world. Tecosky has worked in metal and glass shops since he could work and has an art school MFA. A father and a husband, Leo works as a glass blower in Brooklyn and teaches Glass at Tyler School of Art and Architecture.
For more information about Leo Tecosky visit www.leotecosky.com
Peters Valley School of Craft of Layton, NJ and the Pike County Public Library of Milford, PA thank the Richard L. Snyder Fund and the Greater Pike Community Foundation for funding this series. Visit Peters Valley’s YouTube channel to watch previous lectures.