A central Wisconsin artist is coming back to Wausau with a new glass exhibit. Newsline 9 got an exclusive look.
This exhibit is a collection of David Hucthausen's work from four decades. The exhibit features 33 pieces created by the artist originally from Wisconsin Rapids. He says this exhibit is different from other glass art.
"It's much more three dimensional and it's all about light projection and interaction of the space and forcing the viewer around the piece," said Hucthausen.
The exhibit opens to the public at the Woodson Art Museum on Saturday. The glass will be on display until mid January.