Gallery of Modern Masters – Sedona, Arizona
Fifty years ago, Apollo 11 landed on the moon. Today, much of the technology used for space travel is still being used in main-stream products - or even in art. For example, di-chroic glass was a type of glass perfected by NASA in the 1960s for satellite mirrors. Creating the glass requires layering of a di-chroic finish that must be conducted in a vacuum chamber where an electro-beam deposits many tiny layers of metallic oxides. These oxides include titanium, magnesium and optically pure glass. The metal absorbs different colors of light at different angles create a multi-hue effect.
Sedona artist, Harold Lustig uses this very scientific glass in creating gorgeous pieces of art and sculpture. Lustig’s work can be seen in the Gallery of Modern Masters in the Hillside, Sedona
Lustig notes that he had spent many years playing with different types of glass and became very fascinated with the effects of dichroic glass.
“Dichroic comes from Greek “Di” meaning two and “Chroic meaning color”, Lustig states.
ALT Gallery – Sedona, Arizona
Looking for some throwback Space Age Pop music? How about albums like Spaced Out from Enough Light or The Sound of Tomorrow Today by Soundproof or Tamboo from Les Baxter. Space Age Bachelor Pad Music – the genre of music that became so popular in the late 60s and 70s can be found at Sedona’s ALT Gallery. The ALT Gallery has more record albums than one could ever look through in a day.
Google ‘Space Age Pop’ music and discover for yourself this wild genre. But in the meantime, if you have a turn-table and love collecting great albums, check out ALT Gallery located at: 301 AZ-89A Suite 102, Sedona, AZ 86336
Sedona Gallery Association