Adhering to traditional leaded art glass techniques, Twin Cities artist Josephine Geiger builds marvelous glass works that are structured at the same time as they are free-flowing. Josephine describes her varied inspirations as “mundane as a TV commercial and lofty as the father of Impressionism.” She admires and is influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural lines, the erratic nature of crazy quilts and the Impressionists lessons in light.
Josephine has exhibited her work at the American Craft Council’s St. Paul show and at the Fine Arts Exhibition of the Minnesota State Fair. She has won media awards from both the St. Paul Art Crawl and Art-a-Whirl in Minneapolis and recently completed a commission for the courthouse in Middleton, WI.
In January 2011, Josephine was featured on the tpt series MN Original. Watch the video here.