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CREATIVITY COMING TOGETHER PILCHUCK AUCTION & GALA Saturday, October 21, 2017 Fremont Studios


WELCOME TO PILCHUCK GLASS SCHOOL'S AUCTION GALA AND CELEBRATION OF GLASS

PILCHUCK GL ASS SCHOOL Pilchuck Glass School fosters and educates a worldwide community that explores the creative use of glass in art and design. The school is located fifty miles north of Seattle, Washington, in the forested foothills of the Cascade Range, overlooking Puget Sound. Each summer, Pilchuck offers a broad spectrum of courses in the use of glass as an expressive material along with annual residencies for emerging and established artists. Pilchuck’s programs, residencies, and events emphasize experimentation, investigation, teamwork, and personal growth. Students and instructors from all over the world and across the United States come to Pilchuck. Since its founding in 1971 by Dale Chihuly, Anne Gould Hauberg (1917–2016), and John H. Hauberg (1916–2002), Pilchuck has been a creative retreat where artists teach artists in a supportive environment. Pilchuck is open to applications from novice, aspiring, and professional artists with the desire and commitment to learn in any of three dozen one-week to three-week courses offered from May to September. The school also invites renowned artists who typically work in media other than glass to expand their art through collaboration and individual research by working with accomplished glassmakers. Fall and spring residencies provide emerging and established artists working in glass the time and space to develop new processes or create fresh bodies of work through individual and collaborative projects. Pilchuck’s outreach and special events connect our extended community of artists and supporters. Events take place on campus, in Seattle, and throughout the United States and abroad, showcasing the breadth and depth of contemporary art created with glass.


E VENING PROGR AM

5:30 PM

Guest Registration

Foyer, Fremont Studios

Drinks and Hors d’oeuvres

Studio B

Silent Auctions

Studio B

Live Auction Preview

Foyer and Stage

7:00 PM

Silent Auction 1: Form and Function Closes

Studio B

7:15 PM

Silent Auction 2: Millefiori Closes

Studio B

7:30 PM

Dinner Served

Studio A

Live Auction and Raise the Paddle

Studio A

10:00 PM

Evening Concludes

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S Evening Program

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Live Auction

Items 1–50

10–29

Fund-the-Future

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Silent Auction 1

Items 100–153

30–45

Welcome Letter

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Silent Auction 2

Items 200–255

46–61

About the Benefactor Gifts Kait Rhoads

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Glossary of Terms

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Index of Donating Artists

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I A N L I N D S AY

L ARA WEASEA

Auctioneer

Emcee

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F U N D -T H E - F U T U R E

R A I S E YO U R PA D D L E A N D IN S P IR E T H E N E X T G E N E R AT I O N O F A R T I S T S

Exponential growth – that is what artists experience when they attend Pilchuck. The campus is a catalyst for accelerated learning and extraordinary changes in each artist’s personal and professional development. How do we accomplish this? For nearly fifty years we have remained at the forefront of how artists explore glass. Supportive staff and teachers with excellent

YOUR CONTRIBUTION HELPS TO: Attract the world’s most renowned artists to share their knowledge and create new works. Expand financial aid to aspiring artists so that they are able to realize their full creative potential.

facilities in a sublime natural setting create a powerful

Train students in the best contemporary

environment for exploration, experimentation and

methods and on the finest energy efficient

innovation.

equipment.

Tonight, we have a special opportunity to make a direct

Sustain an international community that

impact by ensuring that all Pilchuck participants

connects artists to a lifelong network

experience exponential growth in their lives and

of support.

careers. When we are finished with item number 28 in the live auction, be prepared to raise your paddle at your highest level of support. The more you give to Pilchuck, the more we give to artists.

Support Pilchuck’s mission to foster and educate a worldwide community that explores the creative use of glass in art and design.

PILCHUCK AND THIS COURSE HAVE BEEN LIFE-CHANGING. MY ARTISTIC PRACTICE WILL NEVER BE THE SAME. LEAH K. S tuden t , Ses s ion 5, 2017 3


WELCOME, FROM YOUR HOSTS KENT CARLSON Board President

Dear Friends, Welcome to the 39th Annual Pilchuck Auction & Gala! We have gathered this evening in celebration of creativity and community. In our fifth decade, Pilchuck has been recognized as the preeminent organization for the study and creation of works of art in glass. In that time, we have served thousands of aspiring and accomplished artists from around the globe. And while we are a leading organization for education in glass, we could not be at the forefront of this field without dedication to our core values: to build a community that inspires creativity in the making of art and develops the personal lives and professional careers of all who attend.

ETHAN STERN Auction Chair

JAMES BAKER Executive Director

The theme for the auction this year is Millefiori. Borrowed from the Italian word that roughly translates to ‘many flowers’, it reminds us that out of many is formed one community; each individual from a different background, culture and identity coming together to share their passion for creativity. In the thirty-ninth year, the Pilchuck Auction & Gala is acclaimed for the outstanding work and international scope of participating artists. Its success is based on the collaboration between artists who donate work and individuals who generously purchase these remarkable creations. Both contribute because they believe in Pilchuck’s mission and its leading role in the development of the field of glass. All of us at Pilchuck offer our gratitude for the dedication and work to the hundreds of artists, trustees, volunteers, staff and Auction Committee members who have made this auction possible. And to you, for your participation and support. By making a purchase and raising your paddle, you ensure that Pilchuck strengthens its role as the most comprehensive program in the education of aspiring and established artists in glass. Thank you for celebrating our rich heritage and a vibrant future of artistic innovation and expression in glass.

KENT CARLSON

ETHAN STERN

JAMES BAKER

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ABOU T THE BENEFAC TOR GIF T S BY K AIT RHOAD S

K AIT RHOADS

This year, Pilchuck Glass School commissioned artist Kait Rhoads to create our beautiful murrine Benefactor gifts. Kate first became involved with Pilchuck in 1991 as a student and Teaching Assistant, and is still connected to the organization today. She’s an expert in working with murrine, a centuries old Italian decorative patterning technique, in which the cross section of a glass rod is used in multiples. In the case of milliefiori, the revealed flower pattern of one murrina is used together with many others to create an artwork or piece of jewelry that is made up of a ‘thousand’ flowers. Kait received her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 1993, her MFA from Alfred University in 2001 as well as a Fulbright grant to study sculpture in Murano, Italy. She uses traditional Italian techniques as a base to create sculpture, vessels and jewelry. Her work was seen at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington in the show Into the Deep (2016-2017). Currently she is working on glass jellyfish sculpture for the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium. Her works are included in the collections at Carnegie Museum of Art, Corning Museum of Glass, Seattle Art Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, and Shanghai Museum of Glass. She maintains a studio in Seattle, Washington.

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H E A R T F E LT G R AT I T U D E

AU C T I O N B E N E FA C T O R S

AU C T I O N C O M M I T T E E

Chap and Eve Alvord Elias and Karyl Alvord Patricia and Jimmy Barrier Dwayne and Terese Clark Ethel and Eugene Daly Joan Stonecipher

Ethan Stern, Chair Michael Bernstein Leslie Ray Bernstein Cassandria Blackmore Sharon Huling Nancy MacPherson Roger MacPherson Amanda McDonald Stern

AU C T I O N S P O N S O R S

AU C T I O N T E A M L E A D E R S

Bonhams Chateau Ste. Michelle The Klorfine Foundation Suburban Propane

Wilma Boyd, Pick Up Area Carolyn Brugge, Live Auction Art Handling Frank Chinn, Volunteer Room Charli and Jill Green, Bid Runners Ed Hazen, Packing Team

AU C T I O N J U R Y

AU C T I O N T O U R H O S T S

Kate Elliott Erica Rosenfeld Jim Schantz

Chap and Eve Alvord Nancy Callan Chihuly Studio Four Seasons Hotel Seattle Island Girl Catering Steve and Dianne Loeb Alison and Glen Milliman Benjamin and Debora Moore Jenny Pohlman and Sabrina Knowles

The Rainier Club Seattle Tennis Club Jon and Kim Shirley Allen and Kathleen Shoup Anna Skibska Lino Tagliapietra Glass Studio Lisa Zerkowitz and Boyd Sugiki

Norma Klorfine Roger MacPherson Stephanie Maurer Carla Nichols

Kait Rhoads Selena Rushton Nicole Wortley Richard Wortley

Stephanie Maurer Stephanie Page Morgan Peterson Kait Rhoads Dena Rigby Dorothy Saxe Sarah Terry Barbara Wortley

Sue Holbink, Packing Team Stew Law, Bid Spotters Melissa Opland, Registration Sarah Terry, Silent Auction Closers Tracy Vaughn, Greeters and Ushers

DÉCOR COMMIT TEE

Barbara Wortley, Décor Co-Chair Nancy MacPherson, Décor Co-Chair Kim Barlond Patti Dietz

PILCHUCK CHANGES MY LIFE FOR THE BETTER EVERY TIME I’M HERE. THE EXPERIENCES, CONNECTIONS, AND SUPPORT ARE VERY UNIQUE TO THE GLASS COMMUNITY AND THAT’S WHAT MAKES PILCHUCK SO WONDERFUL. K AT I E T. St uden t , Ses s ion 2, 2017 7


HOW THE AUCTION WORKS

BID CARDS AND BID NUMBERS

LIVE AUCTION

Check in at registration to receive your bid card and bid number. All sales are recorded and tracked using the assigned bid number printed on your bid card. If you registered with a guest, you and your guest will share the same bid number unless otherwise requested.

To bid in the live auction, hold your bid card up high with the number facing toward the auctioneer. Either the auctioneer or a bid spotter can accept your bid. The auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bid that is merely a fractional advance over the previous bid. The highest bid acknowledged by the auctioneer is deemed a legal contract with that bidder to purchase the item.

SILENT AUCTION All silent auction bidding will be done this year via paper bid sheets. Silent sections close at staggered times throughout the auction event (see page 2 in the catalog and the evening program for silent auction closing times). In the event of a dispute over a silent auction bid, oral bids may be taken at the discretion of the auctioneer—but only from those who have already placed bids. The auctioneer will determine the winning bid and the decision will be final. FUND-THE-FUTURE Fund-the-Future is an opportunity to support Pilchuck with a monetary gift. This portion of the evening will take place during the Live Auction (after item number 28). The auctioneer will invite you to hold up your card to pledge your commitment. Hold your card until your bid number is read aloud. You may hold up your auction bid card multiple times to pledge more than one amount. Pay for your pledge along with your other auction purchases at the end of the evening.

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You may preview live auction items in the entrance area and on the stage of Fremont Studios prior to the live auction. The preview period ends once the live auction begins. CHECKOUT Cash, personal check, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted as payment for purchases. All purchases are final. Purchased items must be paid for and removed from the premises by the end of the auction gala event. Items that are not removed or are left in the care of the UPS shipper will be shipped to the purchaser at the purchaser’s expense. There are no exchanges or refunds. SALES TAX AND TAX DEDUCTIBILITY No sales tax is charged on purchases as all items have been donated to Pilchuck Glass School. Pilchuck Glass School is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Please consult with your tax advisor for details.


SHIPPING For your convenience, Pilchuck has arranged for the services of UPS to be available the night of the auction. The UPS Store shippers will pack your purchases in a second box and ship items at standard UPS rates, plus a fee for packing materials and labor. You will have the option to purchase insurance for your artwork, which is highly recommended. A UPS Store representative will be available during the auction, and you will be able to sign up for shipment of your purchases at any time before or during the event. Pilchuck Glass School will not ship your auction purchases. If possible, please take all of your purchases home with you. This ensures safe transport for your delicate glass items. Pilchuck volunteers will pack your purchases for you to take home at no extra charge. Once you have made arrangements with the UPS Store, Pilchuck Glass School is not responsible for your artwork and cannot, by shipping company regulations, intervene on your behalf with the shipper or carrier. You must resolve any concerns regarding artwork which are lost or damaged during shipping by contacting the UPS Store directly. Items left at the auction without

shipping instructions will be shipped to the purchaser by Pilchuck at the purchaser’s expense. GENERAL RULES AND INFORMATION Pilchuck Glass School reserves the right to add or withdraw auction items without notice. Pilchuck has attempted to describe and catalog all items accurately, but all items are offered “as is.” Pilchuck neither warrants nor represents, and in no event shall be responsible for: the correctness of the descriptions, genuineness, authorship, provenance, or condition of the items. No statement made in this catalog, orally at the auction, or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty, representation, or assumption of liability. The values listed are estimates of fair market value. Items have not been appraised. Each person (bidder) issued a bid number assumes all risks and hazards related to the auction and items obtained at the auction. Each bidder agrees to hold harmless, from any liability arising therefrom, Pilchuck Glass School, its elected and appointed officials, employees, the auctioneer, the auction company and its agents and employees, the event organizers, sponsors, and volunteers connected with the auction. All items purchased become the property of the successful bidder once that bidder is acknowledged by the auctioneer and has completed the checkout process.

WE HOPE YOU HAVE AN ENJOYABLE EVENING. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING PILCHUCK GLASS SCHOOL! 9


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AMANDA MCDONALD STERN

$2,700

Modular Form 32 17 x 8 x 8 in Signed, 2017 Blown glass

Born in 1980 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Amanda McDonald Stern studied painting at SUNY Purchase and later went on to receive her BFA in Sculpture from Jacksonville University in 2005. She has studied glass and sculpture at Pilchuck Glass School, Corning Museum of Glass, Pittsburgh Glass Center and the University of Miami. McDonald Stern currently lives in Seattle, Washington. A M A N D A M C D O N A L D S T E R N . C O M VE TRI GL AS S

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ARMELLE BOUCHET O’NEILL

$ 3,100

Mountain Mist 8 ¾ x 24 x ½ in Signed, 2016 Kiln-formed glass

Armelle Bouchet O’Neill is a French-born, Seattle-based glass artist. Bouchet O’Neill studied at The Danish Design School on the island of Bornholm, Denmark. She was awarded the Lino Tagliapietra Award to attend Pilchuck Glass School in 2007 and the Takako Sano Grant from the Glass Art Society in 2008. In 2010, Bouchet O’Neill was the recipient of Pratt Fine Art Center, Art Bridge Fellowship and subsequently the Jon and Mary Shirley Award. Most recently, Bouchet O’Neill was invited to be a resident artist at the Museum of Glass. ARMELLEBOUCHE TONEILL .COM T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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CLARE BELFRAGE

$ 5,400

Untitled #31211 15 ¼ x 15 ½ x 3 ½ in Signed, 2011 Blown glass with cane drawing

Inspired by experiences in the natural world for many years now, Clare Belfrage has forged an international reputation for her distinguished work with detailed and complex glass drawing on blown glass forms. Awards include: Inaugural FUSE Prize for Australian and New Zealand glass 2016, Tom Malone Prize 2011 and 2006. Major collections include: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Ebeltoft Glass Museum, Denmark, Alter Hof Herding Glass Museum, Germany, Corning Museum of Glass, USA. C L A R E B E L F R A G E . C O M F O S T E R W H I T E G A L L E R Y

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DEMETRA THEOFANOUS

$ 6,000

Unfettered Spirit 3 ¼ x 15 ½ x 15 ½ in Signed, 2014 Flame-worked glass and pate de verre

Demetra Theofanous weaves with glass, to connect viewers with the story of the natural world. She exhibits internationally, is included in numerous private collections, and in the permanent collection of the Racine Art Museum. Her awards include a Juror’s Choice Award from Dorothy Saxe, and an Artist Residency and exhibition at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art. She maintains a private studio in San Francisco, teaches nationally, and is President of the Glass Alliance of Northern California. S C U L P T U R E B Y D E M E T R A . C O M D E M E T R A G L A S S @ C O M C A S T. N E T

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ETHAN STERN

$ 8,700

Crosscut Tartan

JUROR’S CHOICE

18 x 10 x 4 in Signed, 2016 Blown and wheel-cut glass

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Born in Ithaca, New York, Ethan Stern currently lives in Seattle, Washington. He earned his Associates degree in Ceramics at TAFE College in Brisbane Australia and his BFA in Sculpture from Alfred University. Stern’s work is widely exhibited and is held in museum collections internationally including The Eboltoft Glass Museum in Denmark. Stern has taught sculpture and glass at institutions across the globe. He has been coming to the school for 17 years and has been a Pilchuck Trustee for the last five. E T H A N S T E R N . C O M T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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DEBORA MOORE

$14,000

Specimen Box: Golden Flecked Orchids 18 x 15 x 5 in 2015 Hot-sculpted glass

Debora Moore has been an instructor at Pilchuck Glass School and is a member of the African American Design Archive, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum. She showed in the Artistry of Orchids exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC and was awarded an artist-inresidency at Abate Zanetti School, Murano, Italy. Her solo exhibition, Glass Orchidarium, was exhibited at Northwest African American Museum, Seattle in 2015. Moore received the Rakow Commission from the Corning Museum of Glass, exhibited at Tacoma Art Museum’s 9th Northwest Biennial, participated in a group show at Glasmuseet Ebeltoft in Denmark and had a solo exhibit at the Chysler Museum in 2012. D E B O R A M O O R E . C O M D E B O R A @ D E B O R A M O O R E . C O M

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JOSEPH ROSSANO

$15,000

WITH WILLIAM MORRIS AND THEODORE ROOSEVELT

Tarnish 86 x 24 x 15 in Signed, 2017 Blown glass, silver, and old growth Douglas fir base

Joseph Gregory Rossano, born to clinicians and research scientists, manifests themes that allow the viewer to uncover layers of history, science, and experience. In their personal encounter with his work, the viewer finds new perspectives on reality. The entry point for his sculpture is the natural world, animals, plants, with context for their existence: living, endangered, or extinct. William Morris achieved much success during his career and retired from glass blowing in 2007. Morris’ work can be found in numerous public collections including: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Corning Museum of Glass, American Glass Museum, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Musee Des Arts Decoratifs, Auckland Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum. J O S E P H R O S S A N O . C O M W M O R R I S . C O M

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MORGAN MADISON

$1,695

Edifice V 16 x 6 x 2 ½ in Signed, 2017 Kiln-formed and cold-worked glass

Morgan Madison earned a BA in Art from Lewis & Clark College. Thereafter, a fateful job in a glass factory introduced him to the medium. Today he uses many materials to create work informed by drawing and inspired by place - the elements that comprise the world around us and tell us something of ourselves. Madison teaches, including at Pilchuck in 2016, and has had recent solo exhibitions at Pilchuck and Urban Glass. Residencies include Northlands Creative Glass and the Museum of Arts and Design. M O R G A N VA N M A D I S O N . C O M M O R G A N VA N M A D I S O N@ G M A I L . C O M

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CHARLOTTE POTTER

$ 5,200

Chital 27 x 24 x 18 in Signed, 2014 Hand-sculpted glass, wood, metal, plastic, fabric

Her work is an investigation of the interstices of human connection and has been exhibited internationally at institutions such as The Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Boston MFA and the Shelburne Museum. It is a part of the permanent collection of the American Museum of Glass, Chrysler Museum of Art, Museum of Jurassic Technology and the Henry J. Neils, Frank Lloyd Wright house. Currently, Potter is working towards exhibitions at the Wichita Museum of Art and Toledo Museum of Art. C H A R L O T T E P O T T E R . C O M C P O T T E R @A L U M N I . R I S D . E D U

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PILCHUCK DINNER

PRICELESS

An inspired meal in an inspired place!

Enjoy a deliciously catered dinner for up to 16 guests at the exclusive Pilchuck Campus. With catering by Herban Feast and perfectly paired wines by Chateau Ste. Michelle, this is an evening you won’t soon forget! Includes equipment for proposed menu and four hours of chef & lead server time. Must be on a mutually agreed upon date, black-out dates include Fridays/Saturdays, July–September. Gratuity not included. Expires 10.21.18 THANK YOU Herban Feast and Chateau Ste. Michelle

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DUNCAN MCCLELLAN

$ 8,700

My Jungle 18 ½ x 17 x 17 in Signed, 2017 Hand-blown and sandblasted glass

The Duncan McClellan Gallery, located in the Warehouse Arts District of St. Petersburg, Florida, is a transformed 7,800 square foot old fish and then tomato packing plant where McClellan lives, works and entertains. The gallery in itself is a work of art with a custom bar, etched glass shower doors, fruit trees and a gorgeous patio area. McClellan has a permanent display of his own sand blasted blown glass which depicts emotions relating to family, personal growth and the spiritual connections between each of us. D M G L A S S . C O M D U N C A N@ D M G L A S S . C O M D U N C A N M C C L E L L A N G A L L E R Y. C O M

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HIROSHI YAMANO

$10,000

Fish Hanger #132 29 x 10 x 5 in Signed, 2006 Blown and sculpted glass with silver leaf engraving and copper plating on metal stand

One of Japan’s leading figures in glass art, Hiroshi Yamano is known for his diverse skills and innovative surface applications. Drawn to nature, Yamano uses the fish as his personal symbol to describe his journeys from Japan to America, traversing the oceans. He is co-founder of Ezra Glass Studio in Japan and chairman of the glass department and head of the craft department at Osaka Art University. Yamano’s work is exhibited widely in the U.S. and abroad and is included in many museum and public collections. T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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THERMAN STATOM

$12,000

Tiepo En 17 x 10 x 10 in Signed, 2017 Fired enamel, glass

Therman Statom is a sculptor, glass artist, and painter most notably known as a pioneer of the contemporary glass movement for his life-size glass ladders, chairs, tables, contructed box-like paintings, and small scale houses; all created through the technique of gluing glass plates together. Much of the latter half of Statom’s career has focused on the importance of educational programming within the arts. He has taken a deep interest in employing workshops as a catalyst for social change and, in effect, positively impacting a community. T H E R M A N S TAT O M . C O M T H E R M A N S TAT O M@ M A C . C O M A U S T I N A R T P R O J E C T S

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DANTE MARIONI

$18,000

Pilchuck Tree 35 x 10 x 3 ½ in Signed, 2017 Blown glass

Dante Marioni comes from a family of artists and has been blowing glass since he was fifteen. Through the process of making his vessels, he has joined the centuries-long conversation about classical design, proportion, and aesthetics. Marioni has participated at Pilchuck Glass School every summer since 1983 and currently serves on the school’s board of trustees. He has received the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award and the 2016 Libenský Brychtová Award. Marioni’s work is held in the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the White House Collection of American Crafts. D A N T E M A R I O N I . C O M T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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LISA BETH ROBINSON AND KRISTIN THIELKING

$2,500

Wrecked Series 8 x 18 x 8 in 2017 Panneau de verre, enamels, and kiln-cast glass

Lisa Beth Robinson has a BA from the Johnston Center, University of Redlands and an MFA and MLIS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her books, broadsides, and glass works are exhibited internationally. Kristin Thielking is from Long Island, and received a BA in Fine Art and Comparative Literature from Brown University and an MFA in Sculpture from University of Wisconsin-Madison. She exhibits widely and has been commissioned to design and fabricate numerous large-scale public art projects. T H I E L K I N G B R U N E T T.W O R D P R E S S . C O M

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RICHARD ROYAL

$ 6,200

Relationship Series 27 x 7 x 7 in Signed, 2017 Blown glass

Royal began working as a glass sculptor at Pilchuck in 1978. His work is found in such noteworthy collections as The Mint Museum of Art + Design, The High Museum, the New Orleans Museum of Art, and the Daichi Museum. Royal was one of the first Artists-in-Residences at Waterford and he continues to teach as both a guest artist and faculty member at various universities. R I C H A R D R O YA L S T U D I O . C O M S T U D I O @ R I C H A R D R O YA L S T U D I O . C O M

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RAVEN SKYRIVER

$ 6,900

Monk 17 x 11 x 27 in Signed, 2014 Hand-sculpted glass

Born in 1982 Raven Skyriver started blowing glass in high school at the age of sixteen. Skyriver worked on the William Morris team from 2003 until Bill’s retirement, in 2007. The experience of working with such a talented group of artists galvanized his decision to follow glass sculpting as a profession. Raven lives near Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington, and produces his work in the greater Seattle area. Skyriver shows his work nationally and has been featured in group shows internationally. His focus in the area of sculpture, and the depiction of marine life is inspired by his island upbringing, and informed by the creatures that inhabit this fragile ecosystem. R AV E N S K Y R I V E R . C O M S T O N I N G T O N G A L L E R Y

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KANIK CHUNG

$12,000

Tablescape

JUROR’S CHOICE

20 x 36 x 24 in 2009 Blown glass

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Kanik Chung was a glass designer and artist based in New York City who passed away on December 4th, 2013 from complications due to cancer. In addition to being a respected educator, Chung was known for his dedication to highly controlled handling of glass and his unforgiving attention to precision. All proceeds from the sale of this work will fund the Kanik Chung Legacy Fellowship, an annual artists residency at that Massachusetts College of Art and Design, founded in Kanik Chung’s name. M A S S A R T. E D U/ K A N I K- C H U N G - L E G A C Y- F E L L O W S H I P

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MARTIN BLANK

$16,500

Amethyst Citron Lotus 15 x 11 x 15 in Signed, 2017 Hot-sculpted glass and gold leaf

Martin Blank’s work reveals his personal evolution from the fundamental study of form and motion to a sensual dance with textures, forms, and energy that reflect the subtle yet powerful resonance of human landscapes. Blank responds intuitively to formal relationships of objects to each other and the spaces in which they exist often highlighting a void that is as potent and real as the sculptures themselves. Blank’s work can be seen in galleries and museum collections throughout the world. In 2016, Blank completed one of his most challenging projects to date: two monumental 11-foot sculptural fountains for the courtyard of the Four Seasons Hotel on the World Trade Tower campus in New York. MAR TINBL ANKST UDIOS.COM

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PRESTON SINGLETARY

$18,000

Emblem of Creation 22 ½ x 8 x 5 in Signed, 2013 Blown and sand carved glass

The art of Preston Singletary has become synonymous with the relationship between European glass blowing traditions and Northwest Native art. Singletary’s artworks feature themes of transformation, animal spirits and shamanism through elegant blown glass forms and mystical sand carved Tlingit designs. P R E S T O N S I N G L E TA R Y. C O M T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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LINO TAGLIAPIETRA

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$ 63,000

Lanus 22 x 10 x 7 ½ in Signed, 2017 Blown glass, mixed murrine

Lino Tagliapietra is an influential Italian glass artist who is recognized throughout the world for his skills and talents. Born on the island of Murano, Tagliapietra started working at the island’s glass furnaces at the age of 11. By his early 20s, Tagliapietra was regarded as a Maestro while working for some of the most prestigious glasswork companies in Murano. Tagliapietra is fully dedicated to creating his unique pieces that are present in some of the most prestigious museums throughout the world. Now in his 80s, Tagliapietra still creates masterpieces to this day; inspiring artists and aficionados alike. The Maestro continues to dream about what piece he will create next. L I N O TA G L I A P I E T R A . C O M I N F O @ L I N O TA G L I A P I E T R A . C O M

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JASON CHRISTIAN

$ 3,200

Orange 16 x 10 x 10 in Signed, 2016 Blown glass

Jason Christian is a glass artist living in the Seattle area. He was born in 1976 to a metal fabricator and a cardiac nurse. He became involved in glass art at the age of 21 - starting as a factory charger, slowly developing his glass knowledge through experience. Christian has taught at Urban Glass, Pilchuck Glass School, and University of Texas Arlington. For almost a decade he has been an integral member of Dale Chihuly’s Boathouse team, collaborating and working with international artists, including Pino Singnoretti. His individual work explores the art of reticello, classical Venetian techniques, and modern simplicity.

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BENJAMIN COBB

$ 4,200

Wiry Reticulated Pod 26 x 9 x 6 in Signed, 2016 Blown glass

Benjamin Cobb first started working with glass in his hometown of Newport, Rhode Island. In 1997, he attended the School for American Crafts at the Rochester Institute of Technology. While working on his BFA, he continued his education with classes at The Studio in Corning, New York. After graduating, Cobb worked at multiple studios in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to Seattle. Cobb has taught at Haystack Mountain School for Crafts, The Studio at Corning, Pilchuck Glass School and Penland School of Crafts, among others. He joined the hot shop team at the Museum of Glass in 2002, where he’s currently the hot shop director. Cobb’s work is included in the collections of the Museum of Northwest Art, in La Conner, Washington and Museum of Glass. B E N J A M I N C O B B G L A S S . C O M T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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JOSIE GLUCK AND MICHAEL SCHUNKE

$ 6,800

Banded Aubergine and White Threads 9 x 17 ½ x 17 ½ in Signed, 2017 Hand-blown glass, layered murrine technique with clear incalmo band

Josie Gluck and Michael Schunke’s mutual interst in design and craftsmanship led to the founding of their collaborative practice in 2011. Their original sculptures balance simple form and complex patterns that explore the intersection of chaos and beauty. Gluck and Schunke also conceive and create Vetro Vero designs, recently featured in Elle Décor and Architectural Digest magazines. Gluck holds an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Schunke, a former associate professor of the Toyama City Institute of Glass Art, has work in museum collections worldwide. Gluck was as gaffer while Schunke was an instructor during session 3 of 2017 at Pilchuck. VE TROVERO.C OM ST UDIO@VE TROVERO.C OM

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APRIL SURGENT

$10,000

Kilisut Contrails 19 ¾ x 19 ⅝ x ¾ in Signed, 2017 Cameo engraved glass

April Surgent started working with glass in 1997, at open access hot shop studios in her hometown of Seattle, Washington. She went on to study at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia where she graduated with honors in 2004. In 2003, she changed her focus from blown to wheel engraved glass after studying under Czech master engraver Jiri Harcuba at Pilchuck Glass School. She has been engraving for 14 years and is interested in contemporary approaches to the traditional craft of wheel engraving. Notable recognitions for her work include a 2009 Behnke Foundation Neddy Fellowship and a 2016 USA Ford Fellowship. A P R I L S U R G E N T. C O M T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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BENJAMIN MOORE

$12,000

Black and Ivory Palla Set 13 x 20 x 20 in Signed, 2017 Blown glass

Born in 1952 in Olympia, Washington with a BFA from California College of the Arts and an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design, Benjamin Moore’s work is in numerous museums and private collections throughout the world. Moore is a recipient of a NEA grant, a 2006 Libenský Award, was an American Craft Council Fellow, and worked as a designer at the Venini Factory, Murano-Venice, Italy and J&L Lobmeyr, Vienna, Austria. Moore has been affiliated with Pilchuck Glass School for more than three decades as its Interim Executive Director, Artistic Director, faculty, and is currently a member of the Board of Trustees. Moore is the owner of Benjamin Moore, Ic. (BMI), where he has produced his work since 1985. B E N J A M I N M O O R E G L A S S . C O M B P M@ B E N J A M I N M O O R E G L A S S . C O M

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VILLA ESTRELLA MAR

$14,000

A once-in-a-lifetime experience in Puerto Vallarta! Prepare to be pampered in this art lover’s paradise. Get your family or friends together and bid on a five day, four-night stay at Puerto Vallarta’s most luxurious villa. The property has seven bedrooms with six indescribably unique suites, including a master suite of over 4,000 square feet. This spacious villa spans over 20,000 square feet and can sleep up to 16 guests. It’s the perfect place to celebrate that upcoming milestone birthday, get a bit of work done for a company retreat, have a family reunion or even a couples getaway! This villa comes complete with your own private heated pool, poolside bar and a 10-person staff with two chefs to take care of your every need. You’ll be less than a ten-minute stroll into the heart of Old Town where you will enjoy exceptional galleries, five star restaurants, and all the charm the city has to offer. Exclusions: Christmas and New Year’s week. Airfare not included.

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DALE CHIHULY

$25,000

Golden Celadon Basket with Drawing Shard 10 x 12 x 10 in Signed, 2017 Hand-blown glass

Dale Chihuly’s creative vision utilizes light, space, and form. For more than a half century Chihuly has employed a variety of media including glass, paint, charcoal, graphite, neon, ice, and Polyvitro to explore possibilities and realize his vision. Acclaimed for his iconic glass sculptures, Chihuly is also known for ambitious and immersive site-specific public installations and exhibitions in museums and gardens around the world. Born in 1941 in Tacoma, Washington, Chihuly draws inspiration from the Pacific Northwest region. A renowned leader of the studio glass movement, Chihuly established the glass program at the Rhode Island School of Design and cofounded the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. Chihuly, who continues to work from his studio in Seattle, has received numerous awards and honorary degrees, and his work is included in more than 200 museum collections around the world. With the Baskets series, Chihuly liberated the glassblowing process from the restrictions of symmetry, allowing glass to respond naturally to gravity. He began to replicate the wavering woven forms of old Northwest Coast Indian baskets, after having seen them in the summer of 1977. Originally the Baskets were earth-toned and red; he later experimented with more exuberant shades. The Golden Celadon Basket with Drawing Shard was blown at Chihuly’s hot shop this year to commemorate the 40th anniversary of this iconic series. C H I H U LY. C O M

This lot also includes a private Boathouse tour for six! Located on the shores of Lake Union with sweeping views of the ship canal and city skyline, The Boathouse offers guests a unique opportunity to view the artwork of Dale Chihuly and a diverse presentation of his acquired collections. Chihuly’s design aesthetic is reflected in each distinctive room, and highlights include an 85-foot single slab Douglas-fir table, a collection of Native American trade blankets, a reflecting lap pool, saltwater aquarium, and vintage car gallery. The Boathouse and Hotshop are not open to the public; therefore, visiting the facility is truly a singular Seattle experience!

Restrictions: Nontransferable, non-extendable, not redeemable for cash. Not replaceable if lost or stolen. The tour must be arranged at least ninety (90) days in advance at a mutually agreed upon time; timeslots are available Monday through Friday, 9am-2pm. The Certificate must be present in order to redeem this experience. Expiration: 11/21/2018

FUND -THE-FU T URE Pilchuck Glass School makes a difference in the lives and careers of thousands of individuals by inspiring their creativity and creating transformative experiences. When you raise your paddle, your gift will make a difference. Our goal is 100 percent participation from you and everyone here tonight! As you consider the level of your support, please remember that contributions for Fund-the-Future are 100 percent tax-deductible.

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DAN FRIDAY

$ 3,500

Owl Totem 24 x 10 x 5 in Signed, 2015 Hand-sculpted hot glass

Dan Friday is a Seattle-based glass artist and a member of the Lummi Nation. He has spent the last twenty years working for artists such as Dale Chihuly, Paul Marioni, Preston Singletary, and many others. He has taught at Pilchuck Glass School and at Haystack Craft Center. Friday has had residencies at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington, the Burke Museum in Seattle, and the Dream Community in Taiwan. Friday is a recipient of the Bill Holm Grant and the Discovery Fellowship through SWAIA. His work can be seen in galleries across the United States including a solo exhibition at Stonington Gallery in August 2017. F R I D AY G L A S S . C O M F R I D AY G L A S S @ G M A I L . C O M S T O N I N G T O N G A L L E R Y

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JEN ELEK AND KAREN WILLENBRINK-JOHNSEN

$ 4,000

Daisy Gazing Ball 12 x 17 x 17 in Signed, 2017 Blown, sculpted and mirrorized glass Jen Elek is a Northwest studio artist and educator working in glass. Elek utilizes blown furnace glass to create sculptural objects that display the materials ability to reflect, magnify and represent bold color. Elek holds a BFA from The New York School of Art and Design at Alfred University. Recently, Elek has taught workshops at Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts, The Jam Factory in Adelaide Austrailia and UrbanGlass. Elek shares a neon and metal fabrication studio with husband Jeremy Bert in South Seattle. A testimony to her love of nature, Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen’s work is the result of countless hours of observation and decades of immersion in the glass working experience. Along with her husband and collaborator, Jasen Johnsen, she works in their hot-glass studio in Bow, Washington. J E N E L E K . C O M J E N E L E KG L A S S @ G M A I L . C O M W I L L E N B R I N K J O H N S E N . C O M K A R E N@ W I L L E N B R I N K J O H N S E N . C O M

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CASSANDRIA BLACKMORE

$ 8,500

Ceto Hydor 30 x 30 x 2 in Signed, 2017 Reverse painted shattered glass

Cassandria Blackmore is acclaimed for her unconventional approach to reverse painting on glass. She is widely recognized as a pioneering artist whose work goes beyond the traditional boundaries of glass and into the contemporary realm. Her work is in the Crocker Art Museum, Portland Art Museum, Oakland Art Museum and recently exhibited in Belgium. She is a recipient of the prestigious Hauberg Fellowship for painting on glass in 2002 and won a merit scholarship to Pilchuck Glass School in 2013. CAS SANDRIABL ACKMORE.COM CAS SANDRIA@BL ACKMOREST UDIOS.C OM

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FRITZ DREISBACH

$10,700

Tropical Indigo Mongo with Curving Cypress Trunk 22 x 16 ½ x 15 in Signed, 1994 Blown glass with big optic ribs and polychrome filigree

Dreisbach always shows movement and gesture in his hot worked glass, balancing between control of the material and spontaneity of the liquid medium. Coined the “Johnny Appleseed of Glass”, Dreisbach has presented hundreds of lectures and demonstrations in over 185 institutions for over 50 years in North America, Europe and Asia. His glass is represented in 35 global public and private collections, including Corning, Hsinchu, Kamenicky Senov, Rotterdam, Smithsonian, Toledo - “all the usual suspects!” F R I T Z D R E I S B A C H . C O M G L A S F R I T@ N E T S C A P E . N E T

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BERTIL VALLIEN

$12,000

Janus M-1 (Unique #7531521) 6 ¾ x 9 x 4 in Signed, 2016 Sand-cast glass

Bertil Vallien is best known as a master of sand-casting. His meter-long ships are prized by collectors and represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago and the Victoria Albert Museum. Early on, Vallien discovered that glass is a difficult material, he says, “but one that offers a richness of possibility with its marriage of extremes: heat and cold, light and dark.” KO S TA B O D A - A R T G A L L E R Y. C O M B E R T I L .VA L L I E N@ O R R E F O R S . S E H AW K G A L L E R I E S

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DAVIDE SALVADORE

$16,000

Spingarpa 16 x 8 x 12 in Signed, 2014 Blown glass, using murrine and cold work (battuto) and metal stand

Dating back to the 1700s, Murano-born Davide Salvadore (1953) is the 11th generation on his mother’s lineage credited with creating glass pieces. The artist traditionally trained from a young age in functional glass making transitioned to become a glass sculptor in the mid 1990s. Salvadore’s extraordinary ability to incorporate unique murine patterns in all of his pieces, has resulted in him being a motivator and demonstrator for many glass artists and in classes throughout the United States. D AV I D E S A LVA D O R E . C O M G L A S S @ D AV I D E S A LVA D O R E . C O M

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STANISLAV LIBENSKÝ & JAROSLAVA BRYCHTOVÁ

$25,000

Red Head 11 ½ x 8 x 4 ½ in Signed, 2012 Cast glass

The Red Head is a celebrated and coveted symbol of the prized Libenský Award. Named for renowned Czech glass artists Stanislav Libenský and Jaroslava Byrchtová, the award pays special tribute to distinguished glass artists from around the world. Pilchuck Glass School and Chateau Ste. Michelle established the Libenský Award in 1996 to honor outstanding artists whose work has advanced contemporary glass. Stanislav Libenský (1921 - 2002) and Jaroslava Brychtová (1924) created some of the defining cast glass sculptures and architectural installations of the 20th century. During a life of artistic partnership, which lasted almost 50 years, they explored the optical and physical aspects of glass to develop a body of work concerning form, light and color.

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STEVE KLEIN

$ 6,200

Exploration 136 7 x 18 x 18 in Signed, 2009 Kiln-formed and blown glass

Steve Klein lives in La Conner, Washington where he currently maintains a studio and makes his distinctive kiln-formed sculpture. In creating a wide variety of imagery in his work, he uses shape, color, line, texture and the incomparable depth and reflection of light that only glass can provide. Klein’s work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Glass, Washington, Museum of Art and Design, New York, the Museo del Vidrio, Spain, Tsinghua University Museum, Beijing, and Tissot Museum, Taipei. D K S K@ E A R T H L I N K . N E T

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DEBORAH HORRELL

$ 3,000

Contemplation (Spider Hunter) 9 ¾ x 7 x ¾ in Signed, 2011 Multi-layer vitreous enamel and silver leaf on sheet glass

Deborah Horrell received her MFA from the University of Washington in 1979. After working as a ceramist for many years, she explored wood and bronze. Horrell then began investigating glass at Pilchuck Glass School during a residency in 1994. A residency at the Bullseye Factory followed in 1996 permanently redirected the trajectory of her career. The variables of process, color, translucence, and the engagement in three-dimensional castings and two-dimensional paintings have opened a world of delight. Horrell has shown her work in museums and galleries nationally and internationally. D E B O R A H H O R R E L L . C O M E L I Z A B E T H L E A C H G A L L E R Y

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JOANNA MANOUSIS

$ 9,500

Bottled Pear 16 ½ x 8 ½ x 4 in Signed, 2017 Negative-core cast and blown glass, cast bronze and patina

British-born artist, Joanna Manousis received an MFA in Sculpture from Alfred University, New York, and a BFA in Glass from Wolverhampton University, England. Manousis has worked, studied and taught in Japan, England and the USA. Earning a Bombay Sapphire Award nomination, the Hans Godo Frabel Award and other scholarships and awards. Manousis has created her work within residencies at The MAD, Corning Glass Museum and The Cité Internationale des Arts, France. J O A N N A M A N O U S I S . C O M J O H A R A F I F I@ H O T M A I L . C O M

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NANCY CALLAN

$10,500

Autumn Breeze 13 x 18 x 14 in Signed, 2014 Blown glass

Nancy Callan’s artistic voice as a glass sculptor reflects her high-level training and talents. Callan’s numerous awards include the Creative Glass Center of America Fellowship and she has participated in residencies at the Museum of Glass, The Toledo Museum of Art, Pittsbugh Glass Center and Chrysler Museum of Art. Callan’s work is represented by several galleries throughout the country. She is included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Glass, the Muskegon Museum of Art, the Museum of Northwest Art, and the Shanghai Museum of Glass, Shanghai, China. N A N C Y C A L L A N G L A S S . C O M C A L L A N A N C Y@ G M A I L . C O M

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PAUL MARIONI

$14,000

Prisoner of Love 5 x 18 x 11 in Signed, 2005 Cast glass

One of the founders of the studio-glass movement, Marioni is a Fellow of the American Craft Council and has received three fellowships from the National Endowment of the Arts. He has taught at Penland School of Crafts and Pilchuck Glass School. Marioni’s work is held by several museums, including the Museum of Arts & Design, Corning Museum of Glass, the Museum of Glass, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Marioni’s work often investigates themes related to the human experience. T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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JEAN-PIERRE CANLIS

$15,000

Rain 48 x 46 x 18 in Signed, 2017 Hot-pulled and sculpted glass with wooden base

Art has always been Canlis’ greatest passion. He studied glass at Alfred University’s School of Art and Design in New York and worked with Dale Chihuly before pursuing his own business, Canlis Glass. Canlis’ passion for glassmaking, combining his technical ability with very personal concepts and curiosity evolve with each glass creation. From large-scale installations gracing hotel lobbies to individual works on collectors’ yachts, Canlis’ artwork is making an impact worldwide. CANLISGL AS S.C OM INFO@CANLISGL AS S.C OM

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SHELLEY MUZYLOWSKI ALLEN

$16,000

Ferry 20 x 20 x 11 in Signed, 2017 Blown, hand-sculpted and engraved glass, with rock from San Juan Islands

With a background in painting, Shelley Muzylowski Allen takes an investigative approach to sculpting glass, adding unconventional materials and complex patterning to the medium. She has participated at Pilchuck for over 23 years in many capacities. Selected collections are Sir Elton John, the Toyama City Institute of Glass, Japan, Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Grand Rapids Art Museum and the Museum of Northwest Art. Selected Exhibitions are Museum of Northwest Art, Habatat Galleries, Traver Gallery, and Schantz Galleries. Muzylowski Allen and her husband, artist Rik Allen, live in the Skagit Valley in Washington State and work in a hot glass studio located on their rural property. M U Z Y L O W S K I . C O M S H E L L E Y@ M U Z Y L O W S K I . C O M

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CAPPY THOMPSON, DICK WEISS AND AKIO TAKAMORI

$2,400

Red Child 20 ½ x 20 ½ x 1 ½ in Signed, 2014 Red underglaze painting on white clay

Cappy Thompson is known for her painted mytho-poetic narratives on glass using vitreous enamels. Her publicly commissioned works include SeaTac Airport, Museum of Glass in Tacoma, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts and Evergreen State College. She has been honored with fellowships from the NEA and Seattle’s Artist Trust, and has received Pilchuck Glass School’s Libenský Award. Dick Weiss received his BA from Yale University. He has received NEA craftsman grants, Hauberg Fellowships and has been an Artist in Residence at Pilchuck Glass School. His work is in the collections of Corning Museum of Glass and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Major commissions include the University of Washington, SeaTac Airport and the Gates Foundation. Akio Takamori (1950 – 2017) received his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and his MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University. He was the recipient of the NEA Visual Artists Fellowship Grant, the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant, and the USA Ford Fellowship. C A P P Y T H O M P S O N . C O M D I C K W E I S S G L A S S . C O M C A P P YA N D D I C K . C O M T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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DYLAN MARTINEZ

$2,500

H2O/SiO2 14 x 11 x 8 in Signed, 2017 Free-hand hollow and solid-sculpted glass

Dylan Martinez’s work explores the playful and intriguing properties of glass. While influenced by traditional techniques in glass making, Martinez constantly strives to discover novel approaches to exploit the material and to create a lens to view our world afresh. Inspired by Trompe l’oeil, H2O/SiO2 was created to playfully challenge the viewer’s perception. Martinez recently graduated from Ball State University with a Master of Fine Arts in glass. His work has been exhibited internationally. D Y L A N M A R T I N E Z G L A S S . C O M M A R T I N E Z G L A S S @ H O T M A I L . C O M

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NICK MOUNT

$12,000

SCENT BOTTLE #100910 43 x 23 ½ x 6 in Signed, 2010 Blown, carved, polished and assembled glass Nick Mount has been one of the leading figures in the Australian studio glass movement since the early 1970s. Like many artists working in hot glass, Mount draws from Venetian traditions. He was introduced to these by the American glass artist, Richard Marquis, who had worked at the renowned Venini factory in Murano, and came to Australia to demonstrate glassblowing. Employed to assist Marquis, Mount was immediately fascinated by the unknowable nature of glass and challenged by the degree of skill required to work with it. Further inspired by subsequent studies in glass abroad, Mount launched into a creative exploration of glass that continues to reach new levels of technical and artistic achievement. N I C K M O U N T G L A S S . C O M . A U T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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SABRINA KNOWLES AND JENNY POHLMAN

$ 6,000

Untitled (Ceremonial Spear Series) 45 x 9 x 4 in Signed, 2017 Hand-sculpted and polished glass, forged steel, copper, beads

Sabrina Knowles’ and Jenny Pohlman’s collaboration spans two decades. They are recipients of Pilchuck, Museum of Glass and Wheaton Arts residencies which have fueled their growth and development. Their work has been featured in group museum exhibitions and is among museum, private and public collections nationwide. They are scheduled for a mid-career survey with Bainbridge Island Museum of Art in 2018. They served on the board of Bellevue Arts Museum 2002 to 2012. Pohlman currently serves as board chair for Pratt Fine Arts Center. P OHLMANKNOWLES.C OM INFO@P OHLMANKNOWLES.C OM

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LAURA MURDOCH

$ 6,000

Embellish 36 x 12 x 12 in Signed, 2017 Sand-carved, etched, blown and sculpted glass with powder overlays and graal technique After her first glassblowing course at Pilchuck in 1997, Murdoch learned to sculpt and blow glass over a ten-year period with the William Morris Team, and during this time, assisted several of the team members. She formed a strong bond with Shelley Muzylowski Allen, and subsequently was Shelley’s primary assistant for five years. Murdoch’s recent achievements include the sale of a design for a large sculptural lighting project for a university performing arts center, with 100 square feet of intricate custom glass patterning, a solo show at the Glasshouse Studio in Seattle, a BC Glass Arts Association “Jury’s Choice” award, and the Francis Phillips scholarship to attend Red Deer College. M U R D O C H G L A S S . C O M L J M FA S T 5 @ G M A I L . C O M

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KAIT RHOADS

$ 6,000

Vince 8 x 10 x 7 in Signed, 2014 Blown glass, twisted cream and green cane with golden flower murrine Kait received her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 1993, her MFA from Alfred University in 2001 as well as a Fulbright grant to study sculpture in Murano, Italy. She uses traditional Italian techniques as a base to create sculpture, vessels and jewelry. Her work was seen at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma in the show Into the Deep (2016–2017). Currently she is working on glass jellyfish sculpture for the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in 2018. Her collections include the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Corning Museum of Glass, the Tacoma Art Museum, and the Shanghai Museum of Glass. She maintains a studio in Seattle, Washington. K A I T R H O A D S . C O M S C H A N T Z G A L L E R Y

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LAWRENCE LABIANCA

$ 6,500

Smoke Ring

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12 x 28 x 8 in Signed, 2017 Glass, steel, and tree branch

Lawrence LaBianca’s sculpture derives from the natural world, as expressed through his use of materials – wood, glass, leather, iron, and water, and the inventions of his subject matter, which includes re-constructed, iconic ‘tools’ that single use in the wilderness, and carefully preserved found artifacts that speak of the natural world. His assemblages enable viewers to ‘read’, study, and even hear nature being crafted by (one) man. Even so, the work never functions as an homage to, or as a mere representation of, its own made thing, a gesture that activates its material without relying upon its materiality for meaning. L AW R E N C E L A B I A N C A . C O M

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GRANITE CALIMPONG

$ 3,500

Untitled 14 x 7 x 7 in Signed, 2016 Blown and engraved glass Calimpong grew up the son of a potter in Northern California; his hands were covered in clay long before discovering glass. He graduated with a degree in Interdisciplinary Computing in the Arts from the University of California, San Diego, where he was first introduced to glass. The draw to the material and process was immediate. Growing up in a household full of handmade objects fostered a lifelong connection to the subtleties of function and form through the scrutiny of everyday use. It continues to influence his practice as a glassmaker. His glass sculptures are minimalist and inventive, with strong features and playful shapes that are often reminiscent of ceramics. He also makes goblets and glasses, which are classical in inspiration, but modern, too, in their restraint. Calimpong lives and works in Seattle. G R A N I T E C A L I M P O N G . C O M VE TRI GL AS S

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MORGAN PETERSON

$ 4,500

Bolla 20 x 6 ¾ x 6 ¾ in Signed, 2017 Blown, sandblasted and polished glass

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SASHA TEPPER-STEWART

$2,200

Sanctuary

JUROR’S CHOICE

13 x 15 x 8 in Signed, 2015 Blown and sculpted glass

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WILLIAM MILLER

$ 650

Nurture 8 ¼ x 4 ¼ x 4 ¼ in Signed, 2016 Blown and cut glass

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TYLER GORDON

$1,050

Bottle (For Martinuzzi) 10 x 7 x 4 in 2016 American-style lamp-worked glass

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GREG CLARK

$250

Whiskey Decanter and Glasses Decanter 10 x 5 x 3 ½ in Cups 3 x 3 ¼ x 3 ¼ in 2017 Hand-blown glass, 24k gold

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DEBORAH ADLER

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$ 550

Table Lamp 7 x 7 x 7 in 2017 Blown glass

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ALEX GIBSON

$ 350

An Assembly 15 x 22 x 1 in Signed, 2016 Serigraph on paper

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JULIA CHAMBERLAIN

$250

Construction Materials IV (Pair of Screws) 7 x 12 x 6 in Signed, 2016 Kiln-cast lead crystal glass, granite, stainless steel

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ANNETTE BLAIR

$ 4,000

Still Life #2 16 x 12 x 12 in Signed, 2013 Blown and cold-worked glass, hand-painted glass enamels

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MAI YAMAMOTO

$723

Breeze 1 ⅔ x 4 ½ x 4 ½ in Signed, 2017 Hot-sculpted and cut glass

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MARGE LEV Y

$1,500

Inspirational Tablets for Daily Happiness 5 x 12 x 12 in Signed, 2016 Terra cotta, glazes and transfers

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ROSITA STÅHL

Egg 5 ½ x 5 ½ x 5 in Signed, 2016 Blown and sandblasted glass

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SCOTT BENEFIELD

$1,025

Tapestry #12 15 ½ x 5 ½ x 4 in Signed, 2017 Blown glass, cane and mosaic techniques

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ANJALI SRINIVASAN

$2,500

Quiver Vessels 10 x 10 x 10 in 2017 Blown and mirrored glass, silicone

A N J A L I S R I N I VA S A N . C O M A I C O N G A L L E R Y

114

A I C O N G A L L E R Y. C O M

ANDREA DEZSÖ

$ 400

One Summer Night 22 x 18 x 2 in Signed, 2017 Silk screen print on paper

ANDRE ADE ZSO.COM

115

MARINA HANSER

$1,600

Remnant I 10 x 16 x 1 in Signed, 2016 Pate de verre, kiln-formed and cold-worked glass

M A R I N A H A N S E R . C O M M A R I N A . H A N S E R @ H O T M A I L . C O M

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 1 C L O S E S AT 7:0 0 P M

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116

MEGAN STELLJES

$1,500

Sad Carrot 48 x 36 x 4 in 2017 Neon

MEG ANSTELL JES.C OM MEG AN.STELL JES@GMAIL .C OM

117

JASON PFHOL

$ 42

Battuto Ring 1 x ¾ x 1 in Size 6 Flame-sculpted borosilicate glass

G O R I L L A J E W E L R Y. C O M

118

JASON PFHOL

$ 67

Dicroic Eclipse Earrings 1 x 1 x ¼ in Flame-sculpted borosilicate glass

G O R I L L A J E W E L R Y. C O M

119

JASON PFHOL

Eclipse Necklace 2 ½ x 2 ½ x ½ in Flame-sculpted borosilicate glass

G O R I L L A J E W E L R Y. C O M

36

$ 67


120

PENELOPE RAKOV

$ 350

Black and Blue Necklace 2 ½ x 3 x ⅛ in Signed, 2017 Hot glass, hand-pulled murrine on hand-made silver finding

P E N E L O P E R A KO V. C O M P E N E L O P E R A KO V@ G M A I L . C O M

121

LESLIE GOLDSTEIN

$750

Colors and Dots 24 x 1 x 1 in 2017 Lamp-worked glass and sterling silver

L A G O L D S T E I N@ C O M C A S T. N E T

122

ANNETTE TAMM

$225

Autumn Leaves 8 x 5 ¼ x 3 in Signed, 2017 Fused glass

123

A N N E T T E TA M M A R T. C O M

M AT Z K E F I N E A R T G A L L E R Y A N D

M AT Z K E F I N E A R T. C O M

S C U L P T U R E PA R K

DAVID CHATT

$ 550

White Dog 3 x 3 ½ x 1 ¼ in 2017 Glass beads, thread and found object

D AV I D C H AT T. C O M E Y E S @ D AV I D C H AT T. C O M

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 1 C L O S E S AT 7:0 0 P M

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124

KILEY M. BRANSON

$175

Catchlight 5 ½ x 6 ½ x ¼ in Signed, 2017 Aluminium camera parts, wire

125

LAURYL GAUMER

$ 320

Diamond Shear Necklace 1 ¼ x 1 x ⅛ in 2017 Hand-cut, drilled and riveted sterling silver and hand-formed and soldered 14k gold

L A U R Y L G A U M E R . C O M L A U R Y L G A U M E R @YA H O O . C O M

126

LAURA BOWKER

$ 640

Millie 20 x 1 x ½ in 2017 Flame-worked and cold-worked soda-lime glass beads, sterling silver

L AUR ABOWKER.C OM L AUR A .BOWKER@GMAIL .C OM T H E M E LT I N G P O I N T

127

T H E - M E LT I N G - P O I N T. C O M

ALEX STANYON

$ 600

Single Session Necklace #1 1 ½ x 2 ½ x ¼ in 2017 Cold-worked glass, gold-plated stainless wire and clasp

A L E X@ S TA N Y O N . C O M VE TRI GL AS S

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128

AMY LEMAIRE

$ 950

Peppermint Pillow Grain 8 x 8 x ¾ in Signed, 2016 Flame-worked soda-lime glass, steel wire

A M Y L E M A I R E . C O M PA R A K E E T FA R M E R @ M A C . C O M

129

BECCY FEATHER

$1,500

Pink Candelooper 14 x 18 x 10 in Signed, 2017 Flame-worked borosilicate glass

B E C C Y F E AT H E R . C O M B E C C Y F E AT H E R @ G M A I L . C O M

130

KT HANCOCK AND SEAN CARLETON

$1,200

Cornerstone 18 x 12 x 8 in Signed, 2016 Steel and blown glass

K T H A N C O C K . C O M C A R L E T O N F I N E W O R K . C O M THE ISL AND G ALLERY

131

T H E I S L A N D G A L L E R Y. N E T

HEATHER SUTHERLAND

$ 3,000

Christina 10 x 5 x 5 in Signed, 2016 Blown, silvered, and cold-worked glass

H S U T H E R L A N D . C O M H S U T H E R L A N D19 6 2@ G M A I L . C O M

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 1 C L O S E S AT 7:0 0 P M

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132

ROSIE DANIEL

$ 980

Stellar Meditation 6 x 72 x 8 in Signed, 2016 Sand-cast glass and rough cut gems (honey calcite, orange calcite, serpentine, rough emerald, lapis, amethyst)

VE TRI GL AS S

133

VE TRIGL AS S.COM

PIETRO AND RICCARDO FERRO

$ 8,000

Bolle 16 x 14 x 4 in Signed Blown and cold-worked glass

134

SARAH CURTIN

$ 550

Honolua Bay 7 x 10 x ⅓ in Signed, 2017 Kiln-fused, slumped and cold-worked vitrigraph murrine

SRCGLSGRL@GMAIL .COM

135

Commissioned by $2,000 PILCHUCK GLASS SCHOOL Millefiori Vase 12 x 9 x 6 ½ in 2017 Blown glass Gaffed by JOHN HOGAN with LYDIA BOSS

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136

YOSUKE SHIKADA

$ 600

From the Wind 10 x 10 x 8 ½ in Signed, 2017 Blown and cold-worked glass

S H I K A 819 0 @YA H O O . C O . J P

137

BEN MILLER

$1,400

Windowed Bowl 3 ½ x 5 x 5 in Signed, 2016 Bullseye glass and murrine

3 B M G L A S S . C O M 3 B M G L A S S @ G M A I L . C O M

138

ALL STAR NEON CREW

$1,500

JAMES AKERS, SARAH BLOOD, STEPHANIE LIFSHUTZ , LILY REEVES, SARAH TERRY

Warhol Millefiori 24 ¾ x 24 ¾ x 6 in Signed, 2017 Neon and mixed media

139

RANNA MCNEIL

$ 400

Heart Offering–Hyacinth 2 x 7 x 7 in Signed, 2016 Lost wax kiln-cast crystal

R A N N A M C N E I L . C O M R A N N A M C N E I L @ H O T M A I L . C O M

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 1 C L O S E S AT 7:0 0 P M

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140

NICHOLAUS CLAWSON

$ 875

Waning Crescent (Series) 14 x 5 x 5 in Signed, 2017 Hand-blown and cold-worked furnace glass

S Y D F 01011@ H O T M A I L . C O M

141

COURTNEY BRANAM

$2,200

Drippy Cloud Painting - Black and Silver 28 ½ x 10 ½ x 1 ½ in Signed, 2014 Blown and sculpted glass, acrylic paint and wood

VE TRI GL AS S

142

VE TRIGL AS S.COM

NATHAN SANDBERG

$1,300

Kilnformed Murrine Bowl 14 x 14 x 3 in Signed, 2017 Vitrigraph murrine, kiln-formed dropout vessel

N AT H A N S A N D B E R G . C O M N AT H A N S A N D B E R G @ G M A I L . C O M

143

NANCY KLIMLEY

Nested 4 x 5 x 5 in Signed, 2016 Kiln-cast glass

N A N C Y K L I M L E Y@ G M A I L . C O M

42

$1,200


144

ROGER MACPHERSON

$ 375

Berengo Blocks, Murano 18 x 24 x 2 ¼ in Signed, 2017 Encaustic and photography

ROGER@MACPHERSONCONSTRUCTION.COM

145

AARON BAIGELMAN

$ 550

Pinnacle in Blue and Green 14 x 4 x 4 in Signed, 2017 Blown glass

B A I G E L M A N G L A S S . C O M I N F O @ B A I G E L M A N G L A S S . C O M

146

ABI SPRING

$2,000

Twine 16 x 12 x ¾ in Signed, 2016 Kiln-formed glass with enamels

A B I S P R I N G . C O M BULL SE Y E PRO JEC TS

147

BULLSE YEPRO JECTS.COM

ALI VANDEGRIFT AND BRENNAN KASPERZAK

$ 850

Pair of Green Baskets 5 x 12 ¼ x 6 ½ in Signed, 2016 Blown glass, cane drawing

VA N D E G R I F T K A S P E R Z A K . C O M A L I V E G L A S S @ M A C . C O M

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 1 C L O S E S AT 7:0 0 P M

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148

CHUCK LOPEZ

$2,700

Tessellation: Ellipse 22.16.72 7 ½ x 6 ½ x 5 ½ in Signed, 2016 Blown glass and murrine

CHUCKLOPE Z.GL AS S VE TRI GL AS S

149

VE TRIGL AS S.COM

MARCANTONIO BRANDOLINI D’ADDA

$ 5,300

Unknown 21 16 ½ x 8 ¼ x 8 ¼ in Signed, 2017 Cotissi applied on blown vessel

L A G U N A B . C O M M B @ L A G U N A B . C O M

150

HANK MURTA ADAMS

$1,600

Ocupotto (Series) 18 x 10 x 8 in Signed, 2016 Blown glass and steel

H A N K M U R TA @ E A R T H L I N K . N E T

151

KANAMI OGATA

Horse Wagon 9 ¾ x 4 ⅓ x 4 ⅓ in Signed, 2016 Blown glass, copper and cork

O O K A N A M I@ G M A I L . C O M

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$178


152

LYDIA BOSS AND JOHN HOGAN

$ 600

Planter

JUROR’S CHOICE

13 x 9 x 9 in Signed, 2017 Blown glass, live plant

LY D I A B O S S . C O M

153

JOHNHOG ANDESIGNS.COM

MORGAN GILBREATH

$700

Aura No.6: Fifth & Berks 20 x 20 x 3 in Signed, 2016 Glass shards collected from the streets of Philadelphia, fused

M O R G A N G I L B R E AT H . C O M M O R G A N . G I L B R E AT H@ G M A I L . C O M

THE COMMUNITY, THE QUALITY OF THE WORK, THE DIVERSITY, THE GENEROSITY, AND THE UNEXPECTED SURPRISES ADD UP TO AN OVERALL EXPERIENCE THAT CAN ONLY BE DESCRIBED AS MAGICAL. MIGUEL U. In s t r uctor, Ses s i on 6, 2017

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 1 C L O S E S AT 7:0 0 P M

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200

ALIX CANNON

$ 4,000

Entwine 28 x 10 x 10 in Signed, 2017 Blown glass

A L I X C A N N O N G L A S S . C O M A L I X . A . C A N N O N@ G M A I L . C O M

201

KEVIN BOYLAN

$ 530

The Secret Illusion 4 x 7 x 1 in Signed, 2015 Cast glass, steel, found object

K E V I N B O Y L A N G L A S S . C O M B O Y L A N . K E V I N@ G M A I L . C O M

202

JEFF WALLIN

$ 3,000

Sketchbook 12.16 16 ½ x 16 ½ x 1 in Signed, 2017 Kiln-formed glass sheet and powder, vitreous enamels, photoresist etching

WA L L I N B E R R Y@ C O M C A S T. N E T BULL SE Y E PRO JEC TS

203

BULLSE YEPRO JECTS.COM

SABAH AL-DHAHER

$ 4,500

Light Fragment 20 x 6 x 6 in Signed, 2016 Glass cast on metal base

S A B A H F I N E A R T

48

S A B A H F I N E A R T. C O M


204

JEN BLAZINA

$ 500

Botanicals 7 x 5 x ½ in Signed, 2015 Screen print, enamels, cast glass

205

J E N B L A Z I N A . C O M

MORGAN CONTEMPOR ARY

M O R G A N G L A S S G A L L E R Y. C O M

GL ASS GALLERY

CRAIG MERRIMAN

$250

Laurie Gospodinovich 4 ½ x 6 ¼ x ⅛ in Signed, 2017 Kiln-formed cameo glass

G L A S S O B S C U R A . C O M C A M E R R I M A N@ G M A I L . C O M

206

EMILY DOHERTY

$1,850

Tell Me I’m Pretty 20 x 14 ½ x 6 in Signed, 2017 Blown, hot-sculpted, and sandblasted glass and copper inlay

E M I LY M A D E . C O M E D O H E R T@ G M A I L . C O M

207

NINA CASSON MCGARVA

$ 3,800

Clear Curl 8 x 20 x 8 in Signed, 2015 Kiln-cast Gaffer crystal glass, hand-shaped in kiln

N I N A C A S S O N M C G A R VA G L A S S . C O M N I N A C A S S O N M C G A R VA @ G M A I L . C O M

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 2 C L O S E S AT 7:15 P M

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208

MATHILDE CAYLOU

$1,500

Fossil 7 x 4 x 4 in Signed, 2015 Kiln-cast and polished optical glass

M AT H I L D E C AY L O U . C O M / E N M . C AY L O U @ G M A I L . C O M

209

YUMI KIYOSE

$ 3,200

Sea Flowers 14 x 24 x 1 ½ in Signed, 2017 Blown, cold-worked, assembled and fired glass with hand-mixed color rods

Y U M I K I Y O S E . C O M Y K I Y O S E@ M A C . C O M

210

FRED KAHL

$ 5,000

Clavilux Campfire 14 x 14 x 14 in 2017 Hot-assembled cast glass

T H E G R E AT F R E D I N I . C O M F R E D I N I@ G M A I L . C O M

211

LAWRENCE MORRELL

$2,000

Caiman Chimera 20 ¼ x 17 ¼ x 1 in Signed, 2017 Glass

L AW R E N C E M O R R E L L . C O M L M O R R E L L @ C O M C A S T. N E T E C H T G A L L E R Y, C H I C A G O

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212

STEVE FUNK

$2,500

Untitled 21 x 8 x 8 in 2017 Blown glass

F U N K Y- G L A S S . C O M S H F U N K@ C O M C A S T. N E T O N E S S I M O G A L L E R Y

213

O N E S S I M O F I N E A R T. C O M

JASON ELLIOTT

$ 650

Duo in B&W 9 x 12 x 12 in Signed, 2017 Flame-worked borosilicate glass

JLEGL AS S@GMAIL .COM

214

C. MIGUEL UNSON

$2,500

Coded Reference 18 x 18 x ½ in Signed, 2013 Kiln-formed and cold-worked glass

M I G U E L U N S O N . C O M M I G U E L U N S O N@ G M A I L . C O M

215

MIKEY COZZA

$1,200

Raindrop 13 x 11 x 11 in Signed, 2017 Blown glass

MICHAELC OZ Z AGL AS S.C OM GL AS SHOUSE-ST UDIO.C OM VE TRI GL AS S

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 2 C L O S E S AT 7:15 P M

VE TRIGL AS S.COM

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216

CHARLES COHAN

$2,000

Thicket 11 46 x 40 x 0 in Signed, 2016 Woodcut on paper

C H A R L E S C O H A N . C O M C O H A N@ H AWA I I . E D U

217

ANNETTE TAMM

$1,900

Reaching for 5th Position 6 ½ x 12 x 12 in Signed, 2016 Poudre de verre

218

A N N E T T E TA M M A R T. C O M

M AT Z K E F I N E A R T G A L L E R Y

M AT Z K E F I N E A R T. C O M

A N D S C U L P T U R E PA R K

GERGELY MINDAK

$ 600

House in the Woods 9 x 31 x 15 in 2017 Concrete and wood

B E H A N C E . N E T/ M I N D A C 5 5 0 E

219

JEN ELEK

$ 5,000

Visual Fun 15 x 12 x 12 in 2017 Blown glass

J E N E L E K . C O M J E N E L E KG L A S S @ G M A I L . C O M

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220

BRENT KING

$2,200

Interior/Exterior 12 x 10 x 4 in Signed, 2017 Lost wax kiln-cast lead crystal

BRENTDKING@HOTMAIL .COM

221

RASMUS NOSSBRING

$ 4,000

Down (Hideout) 21 x 14 x 13 in Signed, 2017 Hot-sculpted glass

R ASMUSNOS SBRING.C OM INFO@R ASMUSNOS SBRING.C OM

222

ROBIN AND JULIA ROGERS

$ 3,000

Architecture of the Mind (Vlad’s Flat) 16 x 5 x 5 in Signed, 2015 Inside-sculpted blown glass, cameo, flame-worked, fabricated metal, mixed media, oil paint

R O B I N A N D J U L I A . C O M J U L I A @ J U L I A C R O G E R S . C O M

223

CATHY CHASE

$ 500

Studio Hand Broom 10 x 5 x 1 in Signed, 2017 Ladle-cast glass

C AT H Y C H A S E . C O M C H A S E _ C AT H Y@ H O T M A I L . C O M

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 2 C L O S E S AT 7:15 P M

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224

YUAN YIN

$ 880

Judy 11 ½ x 14 x 3 in 2016 Kiln-formed glass

10 2 . 4 5 3 . 5 4 9 8 @ Q Q . C O M

225

RYAN LEBOW

$1,800

Murrine Man 20 x 16 x 6 in Signed, 2016 Decal from 120N film fired onto glass and metal

R YA N L E B O W. C O M

226

SARAH VAUGHN

$ 4,000

Makanda Memories 4 ½ x 3 ¼ x 5 ½ in Signed, 2017 Kiln-cast glass with dye oxide and patina application

S A R A H VA U G H N G L A S S . C O M S VA U G H N . G L A S S @ G M A I L . C O M KEN SAUNDERS G ALLERY

227

K E N S A U N D E R S G A L L E R Y. C O M

RACHEL ESCOE

$1,200

Self-Portrait Yell 48 x 36 x 14 in Signed, 2012 Acrylic on canvas and blown glass sculpture

R A C H E L E S C O E .W E E B LY. C O M R U B Y R E S H A L @YA H O O . C O M

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228

JO ANDERSSON

$1,200

Popped 36 x 18 x 4 in 2016 Blown and hot-sculpted glass

J O A N D E R S S O N G L A S S . C O M J O A N D E R S S O N G L A S S @ G M A I L . C O M

229

KEIKO HARA

$ 4,500

Verse Imbuing in Red 44 x 30 x 1 ¼ in Signed, 2004 Lithograph print, editioned 25, Collaboration at Trilobite Workshop

K E I KO H A R A . C O M EBO G ALLERY

230

JULIE ALLAND

E B O G A L L E R Y. C O M

$1,500

Memoranda #6 14 ½ x 10 ½ x ¼ in Signed, 2017 Engraved, pigment stained and blistered kiln-formed glass with iron oxide print transfers of to-do list

J U L I E A L L A N D . C O M J U L I E A L L A N D @YA H O O . C O M

231

PAT DE CARO

$1,000

Winter Blues 14 x 11 x 1 in Signed, 2016 Watercolor

PAT D E C A R O . C O M PAT D E C A R O @ I C L O U D . C O M

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 2 C L O S E S AT 7:15 P M

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232

JOE TSOULFAS

$2,222

Faded Memories 17 ½ x 8 x 12 in Signed, 2017 Blown and sculpted glass, iron oxide, steel

BIGSPINGL AS S.COM

233

TYLER DIESENBERG

$2,500

Synergy 24 x 20 x 14 in 2017 Hot-sculpted glass and forged metal

TDIESENBERG@GMAIL .COM

234

MADELINE PROWD

$1,700

Eucalyptus pair (Miniature) 8 ½ x 13 x 5 in Signed, 2017 Blown, incalmo and cane worked, wheel cut and brush finished glass

M A D E L I N E P R O W D . C O M M A D E L I N E . P R O W D @ G M A I L . C O M

235

KENNETH JOHN GONZALES

Lithic Bowl

JUROR’S CHOICE

6 x 12 x 8 in Signed, 2015 Hand-carved blown glass

G O N Z O G L A S S A R T@ H O T M A I L . C O M

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$2,200


236

JAMES BAKER

$ 500

River Stones, Ohanapecosh River, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington 20 x 15 x 1 in Signed, 2015 Color photograph

J A M E S B A K E R S T U D I O . C O M J A M E S B A K E R S T U D I O @ G M A I L . C O M

237

SCOTT DARLINGTON

$2,200

Kingyo 18 x 16 x 10 in Signed, 2017 Hot-sculpted glass

S C O T T Y D A R L I N G T O N@ H O T M A I L . C O M

238

SHUNJI OMURA

$7,200

The Growth 8 x 18 x 19 in Signed, 2017 Fused hot-sculpted glass

O M U R A - G L A S S . C O M S H U N J I@ O M U R A - G L A S S . C O M

239

CHELSEA BLACK

$1,000

A Tribute 40 x 6 x ⅛ in 2017 Fremont stained glass, enamel paint, lead

L I G H T E D L I F E . P O R T F O L I O B O X . N E T FA I R C H I L D . B L A C K@ G M A I L . C O M

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 2 C L O S E S AT 7:15 P M

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240

TIFFANIE RUSSO

$200

Flora II 11 ¼ x 6 x 1 ¼ in 2017 Kiln-fused glass, velvet pulled glassed flowers

B E H A N C E . N E T/ T I F FA N I E R U S S O TA R U S S O @ M A S S A R T. E D U

241

KATHLEEN FRUGE BROWN

$250

Snapdragons and Lavender 11 ¾ x 8 ¾ x 1 in Signed, 2017 Hand-colored block print

K AT H L E E N F R U G E B R O W N . C O M R O B S C H O U T E N G A L L E R Y

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R O B S C H O U T E N G A L L E R Y. C O M

JIMMY ANDEREGG

$1,200

Inner Workings 14 ½ x 6 x 3 ¼ in Signed, 2015 Blown and engraved glass

ANDEREGGGL AS S.C OM JIMM Y R A@LIVE.C OM

243

BRIAN CORR

$2,800

Nami Monochrome 32 x 7 x 5 in 2016 Blown and sandblasted glass

B R I A N C O R R G L A S S . C O M B R I A N C O R R G L A S S @ G M A I L . C O M

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244

TERRY SAVAGE

$200

Ditto 12 14 x 14 x 6 in Signed, 2016 Fused and slumped glass

T S AVA G E 3 9 @ G M A I L . C O M

245

JOY JACKSON

$ 350

Infinite 19 x 2 ½ x 3 ¼ in 2017 Blown glass and encaustic medium

VE TRI GL AS S

246

VE TRIGL AS S.COM

SHERRI GAMBLE

$ 600

Entourage 24 x 24 x 1 in Signed, 2017 Lime plaster, cast iron powder and beeswax

E A R T H H O U S E S T U D I O . C O M E A R T H H O U S E S T U D I O @ G M A I L . C O M

247

ALEXANDRA CHAMBERS

$1,000

Bobby Pins

JUROR’S CHOICE

½ x 15 x 10 in 2017 Lamp-worked borosilicate glass

S A B B I A G A L L E R Y

S IL EN T AU C T I O N 2 C L O S E S AT 7:15 P M

G A L L E R Y@ S A B B I A G A L L E R Y. C O M

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248

KELLY O’DELL

$ 3,900

Spider Moon 7 ½ x 15 x 3 in Signed, 2017 Sculpted, cut and cast-glass, decal, gold leaf, on rotating steel stand

K E L LY O D E L L G L A S S . C O M VE TRI GL AS S

249

VE TRIGL AS S.COM

MARK ABILDGAARD

$1,800

Spirit Shrine 10 x 5 x 2 in Signed, 2015 Lost wax kiln-cast glass

M A R K A B I L D G A A R D . C O M J O H N N AT S O U L A S G A L L E R Y

250

N AT S O U L A S . C O M

DAN DAILEY

$1,600

Rain Acrobat 32 ½ x 25 x 1 in Signed, 1990 Monoprint

251

ANNA SKIBSKA

$2,600

DayDream Catcher 16 x 11 ½ x 8 in 2017 Glass, Anna Skibska technique

A N N A S K I B S K A . C O M A N N A S K I B S K A @A N N A S K I B S K A . C O M

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252

CSILLA SZILÁGYI

$700

Pilchuck Bell Jar 12 x 10 x 10 in Signed, 2017 Blown and sandblasted glass

C S I L L A S Z I L A G Y I . C O M / E N S Z I L A G Y I . C S I L L @ G M A I L . C O M

253

DANNY WHITE

$ 3,500

Monochrome Subconscious 15 x 14 ½ x 10 ¼ in Signed, 2014 Hot-sculpted glass

I A M D A N N Y W H I T E . C O M I A M D A N N Y W H I T E@ G M A I L . C O M H A B ATAT G A L L E R I E S

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H A B ATAT. C O M

BLEND AT CHATEAU STE. MICHELLE

$ 945

Here’s your chance to be a winemaker for a day! Create your own red wine blend while discovering different varietals and their attributes! Whether you’re a connoisseur or a novice, this unique, hands-on journey starts with you and five friends exploring and mixing five different wines from our award-winning vineyards. Taste, blend, then do it all again, until you feel it’s just right. Complete your experience by creating your own custom label for your bottle, then take it home to share with family and friends. Tonight’s winning bidder will take home a 2014 Chateau Ste. Michelle Artist Series Box Set. Please contact Cara Connor (cara.connor@smwe.com/ 425.415.3719) to schedule your event. To be scheduled on a mutually agreed upon date prior to October 21, 2018.

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KAREN LAMONTE Reclining Nocturne 2, 2017 Cast Glass 22 x 53 x 27 inches

TOOTS ZYNSKY Vortice, 2016 Molded and Fused Glass Threads 17 1/4 x 29 1/2 x 13 inches


GINNY RUFFNER Fionas’s Lillies, 2017 Lampworked Glass 12 x 28 1/2 x 11 inches

VLADIMIRA KLUMPAR Round Animal, 2015 Cast Glass 24 x 39 x 8 inches


JOEY KIRKPATRICK & FLORA MACE Hardy Orchid Flower, Composite, Glass, Paint and Steel 27 1/2 x 20 x 8 inches

DEBORA MOORE Orchids & Vase, 2017 Blown and Sculpted Glass 70 x 11 x 9 inches


CHRISTINA BOTHWELL Narratives, 2017 Cast Glass, Ceramic, Oil Paints 23 x 37 x 20 inches

MARY VAN CLINE Sea of Memory Photosensitive Glass, Pate de Verre, Bronze 44 x 56 x 8 inches


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JOIN US IN MURANO, ITALY For the GAS conference May 16-19, 2018 Il Percorso di Vetro - The Glass Path

THE ISL AND OF MURANO, ITALY will host the 47th annual Glass Art Society conference! The Glass Path will lead attendees through the winding path of the island’s remarkable history while exploring the future of glass and discovering the hidden routes connecting the conference venues. A selection of Murano’s glass factories and studios will provide the Glass Art Society with the incredible opportunity to use these facilities as venues for the conference. Attendees will also partake in highly anticipated GAS conference programs including glass demonstrations and lectures on inspiring glass topics, and also enjoy special programming unique to Murano while surrounded by the beauty of the region of Venice.

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Selections from the Anne Gould Hauberg Collection August 5 – December 31, 2017 This exhibition is generously supported by the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass. Local seasonal support provided by ArtsFund. Cappy Thompson, I Receive a Great Blessing from the Sun and the Moon: I Will Be an Artist and Walk the Path of Beauty, 1995. Blown glass and fired enamels, 17 × 14½ × 14½ inches. Tacoma Art Museum, Gift of Anne Gould Hauberg, 2013.12.15. Photo: Doug Yaple.

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“Child, Namibia” 2016. Original image; screen printed, kiln-fired, blown, sculpted, sandblasted, found and mirrored glass; copper and steel, 31 x 24 x 7. Photo: Russell Johnson Made possible in part by the City of Everett Hotel/Motel Tax Fund

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PILCHUCK WAS A HUGE STEP IN MY ARTISTIC CAREER. I WOULD NEVER HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE THE ARTIST I CAN FEEL MYSELF GROWING INTO WITHOUT PILCHUCK. SABRINA C. St uden t , Ses s ion 5, 2017


THANK YOU TO OUR SUPP OR TER S

FOUNDERS

Dale Chihuly Anne Gould Hauberg (1917–2016) John H. Hauberg (1916–2002)

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

C. Kent Carlson, President Dana M. Reid, Vice President Amy Stonecipher, Vice President Ethan M. Stern, Secretary John R. Price, Treasurer Timothy D. Noonan, Past President Sanford M. Baklor Michael H. Bernstein Cassandria Blackmore Leslie Jackson Chihuly Anthony F. Cole Fritz Dreisbach Steven Funk Phillip Gross

Sharon V. Huling David A. Kaplan Thomas M. Kasten Steve Klein Stephen J. Kutz Roger MacPherson Carol Maione Dante Marioni Benjamin P. Moore Ann M. Morrison Barry W. Morse Bruce M. Morse Christina Orr-Cahall Fay Hauberg Page

Y E A R - R O U N D S TA F F

Tina Aufiero, Artistic Director James Baker, Executive Director Lydia Boss, Exhibition Assistant Diane Buckley, Director of Finance Abram Deslauriers, Operations Supervisor Dan Donoghue, Building & Grounds Assistant Tyler Gordon, Studio Technician Juliene Gschwend, Accountant

Steven Pinsky Scott Rabinowitz Anne B. Ruderman Dorothy Saxe R. Bryce Seidl Larry Sheer Preston L. Singletary Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend Joan W. Stonecipher April Surgent David Willis Richard Wortley

AU C T I O N S TA F F

Lauren Mercurio, Director of Development Justin Parisi-Smith, Operations Manager Kerry Schmidt, Buildings & Grounds Coordinator Megan Smith, Campus Operations Assistant & Supply Coordinator Sara Sloyer, Development Manager Kate Wilhelmi, Education Coordinator Lisa Young, Registrar

Kiley Branson, Art Handler Samantha DeLuna, Auction Manager Jay Galbreath, Photo Editor and Videographer Alex Gibson, Art Handler Melissa Kistler, Special Events Associate Ben Lerman, Photographer Joe Sparano, Graphic Designer

THE SPIRIT OF PILCHUCK CANNOT BE PUT INTO WORDS. IT IS SPECIAL, AND KNOWN FOR IT WORLDWIDE. S O N YA Z . S tu de n t, Fall P r ogram , 2016

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L E G A C Y S O C IE T Y

William B. and Ann Burstiner David Kaplan and Glenn Ostergaard Darle and Pat Maveety Benjamin Moore

Janel Neiman Timothy D. Noonan David Pollart Ryan Matthew Porter

Megan Pursell Dorothy Saxe Mathilde Brown Swanson

The Legacy Society was established as a means of securing the future for Pilchuck Glass School and ensuring that upcoming generations of artists have the opportunity to benefit from the education and inspiration Pilchuck offers. By making a planned gift, you are nourishing future growth, exploration, and education of artists working in the world of glass art. Through your thoughtful generosity, your gift will allow others to explore their creativity in glass within a vibrant community of artists. If you would like to become a member of the Legacy Society, at any level, please contact Lauren Mercurio, Director of Development, at 206.621.8422, ext. 27.

2016 -2017 L E A D E R S H IP C IR C L E

Anonymous Chap and Eve Alvord Elias and Karyl Alvord John and Linda Anderson Carol Auerbach and Albert Berger James Baker and Laura Dixon Ellen S. Bakke Sanford M. Baklor and Arlene Kaufman Patricia and Jimmy Barrier Rebecca Benaroya Michael and Leslie Bernstein Lyn and David Bishop Jeffrey and Susan Brotman Scott and Shannon Brunskill Diane J. Buckley Kent and Sandra Carlson Dale and Leslie Chihuly Michele and Martin Cohen Anthony Cole and Zoe Schulman Judith Cushman-Quick and Bob Quick Kirk and Elizabeth Day Steve and Kathy Dewalt R. Chad and Ginni Dreier Lewis and Susan Edelheit

Steven and Marsha Funk Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Deb and John Gross Sue Hauberg Jon and Kim Hemingway Sharon and Steve Huling George and Jane Kaiser David A. Kaplan and Glenn A. Ostergaard Thomas and Kendra Kasten Leonard and Norma Klorfine Stephen J. Kutz and Courtney Womack Randy and Joyce Lert Toby Levy Jon and Judith Liebman Gary and Cecelia MacPherson Roger and Nancy MacPherson Carol Maione and Brian Marks Peter and Stephanie Maurer Pamela Merriman and Sonja Ross Mitzi Morris Barry Morse and Candice Connell Morse Bruce and Judy Morse

Tim Noonan and Jarick Huliganga Christina Orr-Cahall Fay Hauberg Page and Nathaniel Page Michele and Kyle Peltonen Steven and Babette Pinsky John and Joyce Price Dana Reid Cheryl and Steven Rosen Anne Cohen Ruderman and David Ruderman Cheryl L. Saban Lawrence Sadkin Dorothy Saxe R. Bryce and Chris Seidl Ron and Sharon Selset Larry and Randy Sheer Allen and Kathleen Shoup Sue and Martin Solomon Paula Stokes and John Sullivan Amy and Michael Stonecipher Joan W. Stonecipher John and Ann Underwood Stephen and Michelle S. Wade William and Gail Weyerhaeuser Richard and Barbara Wortley

2016-2017 CORPORATE SUPPORT

2016-2017 FOUNDATION & NONPROFIT SUPPORT

Bonhams Chihuly Garden and Glass Chihuly Studio Suburban Propane Wet Dog Glass LLC

Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass Corning Incorporated Foundation Glass Alliance of Los Angeles The Klorfine Foundation

The Kreielsheimer Fund Jean K. Lafromboise Foundation Nordstrom/Seifert Family Foundation Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund

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THANK YOU TO OUR SUPP OR TER S

2016 -2017 A N N UA L F U N D C O N T R IB U T O R S $1,000 – $2,499 Michael Bayne Richard and Lon Behr Peter and Kelly Boal Mathilde Brown Swanson and Richard Swanson William B. and Ann Burstiner Renee Carrington John and Jeanne Champer Ron and Susan Crowell Kate Elliott Shari and Steve Elsoe Linda and Terry Finn Audrey Gaelen Eric and Anita George Susan Glass and Arni Thorsteinson Judith and John Graff Phillip and Michelle Gross Mary Lu and Taylor Hawes Phillip and Effie Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jouris Sharon Karmazin Robert and Carolyn Kitchell Steve and Diana Klein Laura Knoll Hilary Lee Stephen and Dianne Loeb Flora Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick Leanne Madre Bruce and Wendy McKee Robert Minkoff Ann M. Morrison John “Jerry” O’Leary Loryn W. and Ryan Peterson Barbara Phillips Greg and Megan Pursell Linda M. Reid Chris Rifkin Katherine J. and Fred Seel John and Katherine Simpson Preston Singletary and Åsa Sandlund Bernice Somberg Susan Steinhauser and Daniel Greenberg Glenda and Joseph Stonecipher Chris Weber Jane and Robert Willis Jonathan Wood Nicole and Jeff Wortley Virginia Wyman

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$500–$999 Eric Bennett Michael and Karen Berk Robert and Lisha Brown Valerie and Victor Collymore Curt and Sarah Cox Chris and Anne Marie Davis Amy Dedoyard Peter L. and Jane Galetto Julie and Jeff Guillot Lisa Johnsen Ken and Nancy Keiter William and Angela Kennedy Steven Law Kristine Matthews Dani Montague John and Carla Nichols Patryk Ozga Warren and Barbara Poole Lois Schnitzer Frank J. Soria Neil Sosin Bertil Vallien Geoffrey Wood and Jill Jacobi Wood Up to $499 Anonymous Hank Murta Adams Domini Alteri Gilbert and Mary Anderson Jeffrey and Brenda Atkin Grace Baker Bruce and Judy Bendoff John Bennett Cassandria and Jon Blackmore Dr. E. Donald Blodgett Beth Blosten and Tom Linder Patrick H. Blythe Thomas Bosworth Ron and Lisa Brill Bruce Brown Daymon Bruck Cynthia S. Burke Frederick Burke Carol Camiener Mathilde Caylou Amy and William Chamberlain Muriel Citret Sandra G. Clarren Carolyne M. Collver Niels J. Cosman Nancy Current

Peter and Sharon Davis Samantha DeLuna and Jesse Bearden Sara Dodd and Andy Ramirez Barbara and Dennis DuBois Emily Eason Heather and Brian Engstrom Karen S. Feldman Susan Flores Becky Forland John Forsen and Gayle Podrabsky Daniel J. and Christine Friday Barry Friedberg Steve Galatro Sharlene and Sol Galper Mark Ganter Carol Gibson Gary Gibson and Janell deVarona Scott Goldberg Bruce Golden and Michelle Mercer Kenneth and Erin Gonzales Sylvia G. Gordon Sarah Gould Laura B. Gowen Katherine Gray and Eric Huebsch David and Deborah Green Kenneth N. Greenberg Tracy Taylor Grubbs Margaret Harrison Mark and Chris Heinen Anne Helgedagsrud Florence and Henry Helliesen Chris and Chelsea Hemingway Gerrit and Muriel Henry Burton and Libby Hoffman Paula Hooser Katherine P. and Greg Hough Annabelle House Fox Alan Hsieh Deborah and Jon Hunter Caroline Hunter Davis and Wilson Abbott Meredith and Jim Hutchins Joel Ivey and Sheyrl Murdock Steve Jensen and Vincent Lipe Joan and Stuart Kimball Bradley and Joella Kirschner Jeffrey and Rebecca Knight Nancy C. Knox Austin and Pam Kravik Margaret A. Kruse Lisa Leach Adele and Leonard Leight


2016 -2017 A N N UA L F U N D C O N T R IB U T O R S Deborah Lenk Len Lewicki Michele Liburdy Francine and Jeffrey Light Anita Lindsay Diane Lindsay Susan Longini Jordan MacPherson Read and Rob Read Tait Martin Liz Marx Joe McCarthy and Pamela Maffei McCarthy E.G. and Sonia McLellan Margaret Meister James B. Mensching Michael Miller Gladys Monroy Marks and Larry Marks Kenneth W. Moon Erin Moore and Fritz Stahr Benjamin P. and Debora Moore Patrick Nickell Kate C. Nixon Tina Oldknow and Peter Herzberg Ben and Stephanie Page Paul and Elmerina Parkman Yvonne Passmore Merigold B. Paul

Tina A. Peak Candace Pratt Jim Ramborger Gerald Raphael Walt and Patricia Riehl Dena E. Rigby Maria H. Rios Annette Rivera Shelley Robinson Robin Rosen and Peter Marks Yoshiko Saheki Vivianne Sanchez Steven Sands Karuna C. Santoro Harris M. Schaer Alan and Margie Schneider Julie and Jeff Schoenfeld Jacque Schultz Norma and Peter Shainin Minako Shirakura Barbara and Peter Sidel Joanna C. Sikes Diane Simpson The Sloyer Family Joy and Bruce Smith Jennifer and William L. Snelgrove Teresa Soza Susan Spaniol

Ethan and Amanda Stern Cecily Stern Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend and Richard Amend Mary Summerfield and Michael ONeal April Surgent and Zak Hinderyckx Diane F. Tang Liz Theaker Barbara E. Thomas Tricia Tiano and Kent Mettler Michael Tobiason and Joann Reiter Carrie and Dee Umba Jill Veldman and Gordon Luft Nancy Wagner Lauren Waldstein Mercurio and Nicholas Mercurio Patricia Watkinson Jeffrey Watts Catherine M. Wehlburg Lawrence and Idell Weisberg Myra and Harold Weiss John L. White Karen Wiedman David and Erika Willis Charles and Ann Wimpfheimer Roberta K. Wyde Carlos L. and Elizabeth Zervigón Mark H. and Karen L. Zorensky

THE SETTING, COMMUNITY, AND CREATIVE POSSIBILITIES ARE POTENTIALLY A MEANS TO REDEFINE ONE’S WORK! D AV I D S . Inst r uctor, Ses s ion 5, 2017

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IN S T R U C T O R S

Doreen Garner Justin Ginsberg Elias Hansen Amy Lemaire Joanna Manousis Cory Metcalf Carmen Montoya Aya Oki Shunji Omura Suzanne Peck Morgan Peterson Jason Pfohl Luisa Restrepo Julia Rogers Robin Rogers Joseph Rossano

Sean Salstrom Michael Schunke Matteo Seguso Daryl Smith Hannah Smith Pablo Soto Anjali Srinivasan David Stout Phirak Suon Csilla Szilรกgyi Cappy Thompson Miguel Unson Zac Weinberg Dick Weiss Danny White Mark Zirpel

Emmanuel Aguilera-Santos Victoria Ahmadizadeh James Akers Lynne-Rachel Altman Jimmy Anderegg Laura Angelica Sandoval Gutierrez David Benyosef Raghvi Bhatia Danielle Brensinger Andrew Certo Sarah Cohen Adam Cohen Elizabeth Cote Jenny Crescuillo Barrak Darweesh Patricia Davidson Tien Do Meng Du Elbo Elbo Matthew Everett Jes Fan Ali Feeney Isaac Feuerman Brianna Gluszak

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H AU B E R G F E L L O W S

E M E R G IN G A R T I S T S I N R E S I D E N C E

Ashley Berkman Kelsie McNair Nadira Narine Jade Usackas

Collin Bampton Lydia Boss Courtney Dodd

Morgan Gilbreath Bryan Wilson

Keiko Hara Tobias Klein Beth Lipman Turi McKinley

Allan Packer Ann Toebbe Tam Van Tran Dan Webb

Rebecca Arday Tim Belliveau Sarah Blood Nancy Callan Alix Cannon Chris Carlson Jason Christian Dr. Cook Niels Cosman Scott Darlington Abram Deslauriers Andrea Dezsรถ Mel Douglas Matt Eskuche Beccy Feather

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Rosalie Battah Mariah Conner Matthew Everett Elizabeth Fortunato Ashley McFarland Cooper O’Brien SaraBeth Post Phoebe Stubbs Phirak Suon Jeff Wallin Courtney Warren

Deborah Adler Annette Blair Jen Elek Sarah Gilbert Josie Gluck Kelly O’Dell Lisa Piaskowy Madeline Prowd Liesl Schubel Megan Stelljes Sasha Tepper-Stewart

Jen Elek Ethan Stern

Ji Huang Paul Humble Matthew Jacob Michael Jess Russ Katto Bryan Kekst Brown Loni Kimber Brent King Melissa Kistler Ally Klopp Jess Landau Stephanie Lifshutz Monir Madkour Zach Magee Eddie Magliaro Esther Manske Lindsy Marshall Emily McBride Rachel McCabe Max Meyer Michael Migliorini Ben Miller Lauren Miller Sophia Mitropoulos Paige Morris Jason Murphy Andrew Najarian Tate Newfield Cathy Newton Jonas Niedermann Rasmus Nossbring Kayla Ohlmer Christian Oiticica Sam Parker Neal Paustian Sibylle Peillard Rachel Perez

Anya Petit Nick Phillips SaraBeth Post Penny Rakov Katharena Rentumis H Schenck Kari Schneider Joseph Sircoulomb Chloe Sismour Hannah Smith Madeline Smith Sophie Spies Kathryn Starrs Lauren Steinert Lusia Stetkiewicz Lauren Stewart Lucas Stone Heather Sutherland Ryan Tanner Makenna Taylor Sarah Terry Galla Theodosis Andrew Thompson Roxanne Tochor Sarah Todd Joe Tsoulfas Miguel Unson Jemma Van Osch Felicia VanDenBoogaard Ellie Varoumas Sarah Vaughn Zachary Walker Wendy Wang Tanner Weiss Jacob Willcox Greg Willett Ash Williamson

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Victoria Ahmadizadeh Lindsey Allen Jimmy Anderegg Jo Andersson Ben Beres Nicole Berger Maryam Bhurgri Kiesha Bolton David Bradsher Payton Cahill Dustin Charbonneau Jim Clark Nick Clawson Sean Cleland Spencer Cleland Danielle Colon Julia Cordi Leigh-Ann Crivella Tyler Dieseneberg Ruby Dorchester Drea Eggert Jason Elliott Jamie Estes Beccy Feather Hayley Fowler Lance Fraser Demeatrie Funderburk Jay Galbreath Lauryl Gaumer Morgan Gilbreath Bri Gluszak Max Grossman KT Hancock Angus Harden Jasmine Ho Colton Hodges Robin Hoerth

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PILCHUCK INFORMS ALMOST EVERYTHING THAT I DO AS AN ARTIST; THERE’S NOTHING LIKE BEING INSPIRED BY CREATIVE PEOPLE, CREATING DIALOGUE, AND WORKING IN A BEAUTIFUL SETTING. I PLAN TO PARTICIPATE FOR AS LONG AS I CAN. DANTE M. Lib en s k ý | B r ych t ová Awa r d Reci p i e nt, 2 0 1 6


GLOSSARY OF GL ASS TERMS

BITS  Pieces of molten glass snipped off a blowpipe or punty and applied hot to a glass form. CANE  Thin rods of glass, usually with a twisted pattern in multiple colors used to add pattern to blown glass. DICHROIC  Manufactured glass that is one color when seen by reflected light and another color when light shines through it. The effect can be achieved by applying a dichroic coating to glass that otherwise would not have this property. ELECTROPLATE  The process of adhering metal to glass by dipping the glass into an electrically charged solution. ETCH  To create a design by cutting away the surface of finished glass with a tool or by treating it with acid. FLAMEWORKING OR LAMPWORKING  The process of using a gas-fueled torch or lamp to heat glass rods for sculpting, blowing, and beadmaking. FUSE  To melt together two or more pieces of glass in a kiln. GRAAL  A glassblowing technique wherein a thick “blank” or core form is blown, usually with two or more layers of color. The blank is then engraved, bringing out the underlying color, much as is done with a cameo. The engraved blank is subsequently reheated and blown to its full shape. HOT CAST  To ladle hot glass from a furnace into a mold made of sand, steel, or plaster. INCALMO  A glassblowing process that joins two or more bubbles of hot glass together, resulting in defined bands of color in a vessel or object. INSCISO  A technique for patterning the surface of glass by creating deep incisions, usually with hand-engraving tools. KILN  A high-temperature electric oven used for casting, fusing, and slumping glass. KILNCAST  The use of a mold, usually plaster, filled with crushed glass, which is melted in a kiln to produce a solid glass form. LAMINATE  To use heat or glue to join pieces of glass.

MURRINE  Patterned glass cane cut into sections in order to form small disks that are used in decorating glass or constructing glass forms. OVERLAY  A thin layer of clear or colored glass on the outside of a piece. OFF-HAND  Formed freehand on the end of a punty or blowpipe. No mold is used. PÂTE DE VERRE  From French, meaning “glass paste.” The paste is made from crushed glass and enamel paint. It is applied to the surface of a mold and fired in a kiln at high temperature. ROLL-UP  In this process, multiple pieces of flat glass are fused into a tile. The tile is reheated, rolled up onto a gather, and then blown into a three-dimensional object. SANDBLAST  To blow or blast sand onto a piece, etching away layers of glass. Masking is used to create patterns. SANDCAST  To ladle hot glass into a formed mold made of specialized sand. SCAVO  Corrosive chemical material applied to the surface of hot glass that gives the final piece a matte finish. SCRUFFITTO  The technique of adding color to the surface of glass and then scratching it away, causing a reverse image to appear. SHARD  A small fragment of glass. Colored shards may be melted into a piece for decoration. SLUMP  To heat a sheet of glass in a kiln until it is soft enough to assume the shape of a mold without becoming molten. SMALTI  A soft, intensely colored Venetian glass that is chipped into squares for use in creating traditional mosaics. THREADS  Thin strands of glass, usually colored, that may be added to the glass in a variety of ways for different effects. VITREOGRAPHY  The process of creating a print from a glass plate.

LAMPWORKING  See flameworking.

WRAP  A strand of glass, typically but not always of a contrasting color, applied hot to a vessel.

LOST WAX  A method of casting whereby a wax or waxcoated model is embedded in clay and then baked so that the wax melts and is “lost,” leaving a mold into which hot glass is poured. The mold must be broken in order to retrieve the cast object.

ZANFIRICO  A multi-colored cane made by gathering a bundle of rods of different colors, and heating it until it is soft. The bundle is attached to two pontils and elongated by drawing. At the same time, the bundle is twisted to produce a spiral pattern. Zanfirico is a synonym for vetro a retorti.

MOLDBLOWN  Glass formed into a shape by being blown into a mold, typically made of wood, metal, or plaster.

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PAG E #

Abildgaard, Mark

249

60

Christian, Jason

22

19

Adams, Hank

150

44

Chung, Kanik

18

17

Adler, Deborah

105

33

Clark, Greg

104

33

Al-Dhaher, Sabah

203

48

Clawson, Nicholaus

140

42

All Star Neon: James Akers, Sarah Blood, Stephanie Lifshutz, Lily Reeves, Sarah Terry

138

41

Cobb, Benjamin

23

19

Cohan, Charles

216

52

Alland, Julie

230

55

Corr, Brian

243

58

Anderegg, Jimmy

242

58

Cozza, Mikey

215

51

Andersson, Jo

228

55

Curtin, Sarah

134

40

Baigelman, Aaron

145

43

Dailey, Dan

250

60

Baker, James

236

57

Daniel, Rosie

132

40

Belfrage, Clare

3

12

Darlington, Scott

237

57

Benefield, Scott

112

35

De Caro, Pat

231

55

Black, Chelsea

239

57

Dezsรถ, Andrea

114

35

Blackmore, Cassandria

31

22

Diesenberg, Tyler

233

56

Blair, Annette

108

34

Doherty, Emily

206

49

Blank, Martin

19

18

Dreisbach, Fritz

32

23

Blazina, Jen

204

49

Elek, Jen

219

52

Boss and Hogan, Lydia and John

152

45

30

22

Bouchet O'Neill, Armelle

2

12

Elek and Willenbrink-Johnsen, Jen and Karen Elliott, Jason

213

51

Bowker, Laura

126

38

Escoe, Rachel

227

54

Boylan, Kevin

201

48

Feather, Beccy

129

39

Branam, Courtney

141

42

Ferro, Pietro and Ricardo

133

40

Brandonlini d'Adda, Marcantonio

149

44

Friday, Dan

29

22

Branson, Kiley

124

38

Fruge Brown, Kathleen

241

58

Calimpong, Granite

50

29

Funk, Steve

212

51

Callan, Nancy

39

25

Gamble, Sherri

246

59

Canlis, Jean-Pierre

41

26

Gaumer, Lauryl

125

38

Cannon, Alix

200

48

Gibson, Alex

106

33

Casson McGarva, Nina

207

49

Gilbreath, Morgan

153

45

Caylou, Mathilde

208

50

19

107

33

Gluck and Schunke, Josie and Michael

24

Chamberlain, Julia Chambers, Alexandra

247

59

Goldstein, Leslie

121

37

Chase, Cathy

223

53

Gonzales, Kenneth John

235

56

Chateau Ste Michelle

254

61

Gordon, Tyler

103

32

Chatt, David

123

37

Hamilton Tickets

255

61

Chihuly, Dale

28

21

Hancock and Carleton, KT and Sean

130

39

99


I N D E X O F D O N AT I N G A R T I S T S

ARTISTS

ITEM #

PA G E #

ARTISTS

ITEM #

PAG E #

Hanser, Marina

115

35

McClellan, Duncan

11

15

Hara, Keiko

229

55

McDonald Stern, Amanda

1

12

Horrell, Deborah

37

24

McNeil, Ranna

139

41

Jackson, Joy

245

59

Merriman, Craig

205

49

Kahl, Fred

210

50

Miller, William

102

32

King, Brent

220

53

Miller, Ben

137

41

Kiyose, Yumi

209

50

Mindak, Gergely

218

52

Klein, Steve

36

24

Moore, Debora

6

13

Klimley, Nancy

143

42

Moore, Benjamin

26

20

Knowles and Pohlman, Sabrina and Jenny

46

28

Morrell, Lawrence

211

50

LaBianca, Lawrence

49

29

Mount, Nick

45

28

Lebow, Ryan

225

54

Murdoch, Laura

47

28

Lemaire, Amy

128

39

Muzylowski-Allen, Shelley

42

26

Levy, Marge

110

34

Nossbring, Rasmus

221

53

Libensky and Brychtova, Stanislav and Jaroslava

35

24

O'Dell, Kelly

248

60

Ogata, Kanami

151

44

Lopez, Chuck

148

44

Omura, Shunji

238

57

MacPherson, Roger

144

43

Peterson, Morgan

100

32

Madison, Morgan

8

14

Pfhol, Jason

117

36

Manousis, Joanna

38

25

Pfhol, Jason

118

36

Marioni, Dante

14

16

Pfhol, Jason

119

36

Marioni, Paul

40

25

Pilchuck Dinner

10

15

Martinez, Dylan

44

27

100


ARTISTS

ITEM #

PA G E #

ARTISTS

ITEM #

PAG E #

Pilchuck Glass School Commission

135

40

Stelljes, Megan

116

36

Potter, Charlotte

9

14

Stern, Ethan

5

13

Prowd, Madeline

234

56

Surgent, April

25

20

Rakov, Penelope

120

37

Sutherland, Heather

131

39

Rhoads, Kait

48

29

Szilรกgyi, Csilla

252

61

Robinson and Thielking, Lisa Beth and Kristin

15

16

Tagliapietra, Lino

21

18

Tamm, Annette

122

37

Rogers, Robin and Julia

222

53

Tamm, Annette

217

52

Rossano, Joseph

7

14

Tepper-Stewart, Sasha

101

32

Royal, Richard

16

17

Theofanous, Demetra

4

13

Russo, Tiffanie

240

58

43

27

Salvadore, Davide

34

23

Thompson, Weiss, and Takamori, Cappy, Dick, and Akio

Sandberg, Nathan

142

42

Tsoulfas, Joe

232

56

Savage, Terry

244

59

Unson, C. Miguel

214

51

Shikada, Yosuke

136

41

Vallien, Bertil

33

23

Singletary, Preston

20

18

VandeGrift and Kasperzak, Ali and Brennan

147

43

Skibska, Anna

251

60

Vaughn, Sarah

226

54

Skyriver, Raven

17

17

Villa Estrella Mar

27

20

Spring, Abigail

146

43

Wallin, Jeff

202

48

Srinivasan, Anjali

113

35

White, Danny

253

61

Stรฅhl, Rosita

111

34

Yamamoto, Mai

109

34

Stanyon, Alex

127

38

Yamano, Hiroshi

12

15

Statom, Therman

13

16

Yin, Yuan

224

54

101


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