Through his large-scale glass sculptures, Jaime Guerrero has explored issues of identity and belonging. For this new and site-specific installation, Guerrero has created a glass tree using blown, sculpted, and flame-worked elements. Drawing inspiration from personal experiences, folklore, myth, ritual, and spirituality, Guerrero creates a communal environment inviting visitors to leave messages, heartfelt notes, or even prayers.
The event started on September 26th and will end on January 21st, 2024. The exhibition will be displayed at Chrysler Museum of Art and will be located in Glass Project Space. The museum is open Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 AM to 5:00PM and open Sunday from noon to 5:00 PM.
There is free admission and free onsite parking. Link to Visitor Guidelines