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CELEBRATING THETHE MAGIC OF PILCHUCK CELEBRATING MAGIC OF PILCHUCK

40TH ANNUAL AUCTION&& GALA GALA PILCHUCK AUCTION Saturday, October 20, 20, 2018 Saturday, October 2018 Fremont Studios

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: Spellbound 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 1–48

10–29

Fund-the-Future

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Silent Auction 1

Items 100–163

30–47

Welcome Letter

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Silent Auction 2

Items 200–250

48–63

About the Featured Artist

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Heather Sutherland

Glossary of Terms

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Index of Donating Artists

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I A N L I N D S AY

J E S S I C A L A N D AU

Auctioneer

Emcee

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT OF PILCHUCK GLASS SCHOOL

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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 IS A MAGICAL PLACE AND COMMUNITY WHERE YOU HAVE ALL OF THE FREEDOM TO CREATE, EXPLORE, AND BE INSPIRED. NICOLE B. S tuden t , Ses s ion 3, 2018 3


PILCHUCK IS ABSOLUTELY UNIQUE. IT IS AN ISOLATED, SELF-CONTAINED GLASS COMMUNITY WHERE SOMETHING IS HAPPENING 24-HOURS A DAY. DANIEL C. Instruct or , Ses s ion 4, 2018


WELCOME, FROM YOUR HOSTS Dear Friends, KENT CARLSON Board President

It’s that time of year: the fall weather is in full effect - the air is crisp, and we get ready to once again celebrate the magic that is Pilchuck Glass School. With that, we welcome you to the 40th Annual Pilchuck Auction & Gala! We are gathering this evening in celebration of creativity and community in glass. In its 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, inspiring creativity. And while Pilchuck is 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 to develop the personal lives and professional careers of all who step foot on our campus.

ETHAN STERN & AMANDA MCDONALD STERN Auction Co-Chairs

When asking students, instructors, and collectors what they find so special about Pilchuck, we often hear “it’s simply magical.” This feeling of a life-changing, transformational experience that we hear about so often is the inspiration for this year’s theme, Spellbound: Celebrating the Magic of Pilchuck. As Pilchuck nears its 50th anniversary, we are reminded of all the magic that has occurred in the past and the hard work that continues in order to remain a leader in the glass world. We are constantly looking to the future by exploring ways to deliver the transformational experience of Pilchuck to an expanding audience, and this year we have worked to emphasize building partnerships with surrounding communities, specifically Hilltop Artists and Lummi Youth Academy.

CHRISTOPHER R. TAYLOR Executive Director

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 made this auction possible. We are also grateful to you for joining us this evening and supporting the mission of Pilchuck Glass School – for many of you, in multiple ways. Tonight, by making a purchase and raising your paddle, you ensure that Pilchuck strengthens its role as the most comprehensive school focusing on the education of artists working in glass. Thank you for celebrating our rich heritage and a vibrant future of artistic innovation and expression in glass. Enjoy the evening,

KENT CARLSON

ETHAN STERN

AMANDA MCDONALD STERN

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F E AT U R E D A R T I S T H E AT H E R S U T H E R L A N D

H E AT H E R S U T H E R L A N D

This year, Pilchuck Glass School commissioned artist Heather Sutherland to design and create art pieces showcased on the Benefactor tables. A Virginia native, Heather Sutherland recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin with an MFA in Glass. Her body of work combines glass and various materials and language to depict concepts of gender, commodity, luxury, and labor. For her most recent exhibition, she collaborated with her partner Tyler Gordon at the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio to perform Savage Beauty. This performance combined a plethora of voices and methods of expression to deconstruct ideas about gender and beauty. She has worked with institutions including Chrysler Museum Glass Studio, Tidewater Community College, Pilchuck Glass School, among others, and taught a few summer courses at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. In 2018, she was selected as a fellow for the Creative Glass Center of America with WheatonArts. Sutherland has a deep-rooted belief in the importance of community and being able to give back the opportunities granted to her, and for that reason, was pleased to be able to contribute meaningfully to Pilchuck’s 2018 Auction and Gala. With gratitude, Sutherland extends a thank you to all of the artists who participated in the creation of these pieces. HSUTHERLAND.COM

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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 S P O N S O R S

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

1000 Words Event Entertainment Austin Art Projects Chateau Ste. Michelle Chihuly Studio Georgetown Brewing Company The Klorfine Foundation Solar Spirits Suburban Propane Westbank Corporation

Ethan Stern, Co-Chair Amanda McDonald Stern, Co-Chair David Austin Leslie Ray Bernstein Michael Bernstein Cassandria Blackmore Lydia Boss Alix Cannon Ashley Fidler Sharon Huling

AU C T I O N D É C O R C O M M I T T E E

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

Barbara Wortley, Décor Co-Chair Nancy MacPherson, Décor Co-Chair Kathy Dewalt Ashley Fidler Norma Klorfine Stephanie Maurer Carla Nichols Kait Rhoads Nicole Wortley Janet Vehar

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Chap and Eve Alvord Elias and Karyl Alvord Tom and Kendra Kasten John and Joyce Price Dorothy Saxe Martin G. and Sue Solomon Joan Stonecipher

Kent and Sandra Carlson Frank Everett Ashley Fidler John and Judy Graff Fay Hauberg Page and Nathaniel Page Dana Reid and Larry Hitchon Chris Rifkin

AU C T I O N J U R Y

STUDIO TOUR HOSTS

Rik Allen Patricia Davidson Christopher R. Taylor

Chihuly Studio Class Act Catering John Kiley

Nancy MacPherson Roger MacPherson Stephanie Maurer Stephanie Page Morgan Peterson Kait Rhoads Dorothy Saxe Sarah Terry Barbara Wortley

Morgan Madison Dante Marioni Ginny Ruffner

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

Wilma Boyd Carolyn Brugge Frank Chinn

Charli Green Jill Green Ed Hazen

Sue Holbink Stew Law Tracy Vaughn

TA R O T C A R D A R T I S T K E LV IN M A S O N

Thank you to artist Kelvin Mason for designing custom Pilchuck Tarot Cards to add to this year’s spellbinding auction experience. Professor Kelvin Mason is a media-independent artist, designer, and educator currently working as the Coordinator of the Graphic Design Program at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. He teaches printmaking, design and photography when not at Pilchuck working as the Printshop Coordinator or teaching print-related courses. Mason’s current work involves the digital manipulation of photographs, mapping them onto virtual 3-D surfaces, and translating them back into traditional oil paintings and prints using vitreography and screen printing. He has no cats.

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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.

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LIVE AUCTION


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AYA OKI

$2,500

Fate VIII 10 x 11 x 11 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass

Aya Oki is a Japanese artist based in San Bernardino, California. Her focus is on the interaction between the medium and the life brought to glass through blowing. Oki completed undergraduate and master’s degrees in Glass at the Aichi University of Education, Japan, and a MFA in Glass from Rochester Institute of Technology. She has been awarded several grants for studying abroad as a researching artist from both Pola Art Foundation and Agency for Cultural Affairs in Japan. Recently, she received the Murano Scholarship supported by Pilchuck Glass School and Laguna B to work with Maestros in Murano, Italy. C A R G O C O L L E C T I V E . C O M /AYA O K I M O N TA G U E G A L L E R Y

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DYLAN MARTINEZ

$ 3,000

H 2O/SiO 2 14 x 10 x 10 in. Signed, 2018 Blown, 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, H2 O/SiO 2 was created to playfully challenge the viewer’s perception. In 2017, Martinez was a finalist for the Stanislav Libenský Award and in 2018 was awarded a top prize at the Milano Vetro -35. He graduated from Ball State University with a MFA in Glass. His work has been exhibited internationally and recently at Echt Gallery in Chicago. D Y L A N M A R T I N E Z G L A S S . C O M

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DICK WEISS AND CAPPY THOMPSON

$ 3,000

Orchard 15 x 11 x 5 in. Signed, 2014 Underglaze painting on earthenware

Cappy Thompson is a Seattle artist known for her painted mytho-poetic narratives on glass using vitreous enamels. An innovator in her field, Thompson has taught and lectured extensively. She has been honored with fellowships from the NEA and Seattle’s Artist Trust, and was the 2005 recipient of the Libenský | Brychtová Award from Pilchuck for her contributions to glass art. Dick Weiss received his BA from Yale University. He has received two NEA craftsman grants, two Hauberg Fellowships and has been an artist-in-residence at Pilchuck. His work is in the collections of the Corning Museum of Glass and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Weiss and Thompson held a 2018 exhibition, “Bird Land,” at Traver Gallery. T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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CLAIRE KELLY •

$ 5,500

Terrae_b_c 17 ¼ x 12 ½ x 6 ½ in. Signed, 2017 Blown, assembled glass, string

Claire Kelly graduated with her BFA from Alfred University in 1996. Recently, she was an Artist in Residence at the Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass where she created a new body of work using specialty glass from Effetre, a glass company based in Murano, Italy. She has been a resident artist at the Pittsburgh Glass Center and received the Rosenberg Residency at Salem State University. Kelly was selected as a demonstrating artist at the Glass Art Society Conference in Venice, Italy and a visiting resident artist at the Museum of Glass in the fall of 2018. C L A I R E K E L LY G L A S S . C O M

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BEN EDOLS AND KATHY ELLIOT

$ 6,000

Surge 14 x 8 ½ x 7 in. Signed, 2017 Blown, cut glass

Ben Edols and Kathy Elliott have been making work collaboratively since 1992. Ben does the glassblowing, Kathy does the glass carving. In the 26 years they have worked together, Edols and Elliott have taught workshops and exhibited internationally. Their work is in the public collections of The Victoria and Albert Museum, Museum of Arts and Design in New York, National Gallery of Australia, The Corning Museum of Glass, and Toyama Glass Art Museum, among others. In 2016, their work was showcased in two separate survey shows: the first at Toyama Glass Art Museum; the second at Manly Art Gallery and Museum. Edols and Elliott live and work in Sydney, Australia with their two children. E D O L S E L L I O T T. C O M T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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PAUL MARIONI

$14,000

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

One of the founders of the studio-glass movement, Paul 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 The Corning Museum of Glass, Museum of Arts and Design, 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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FRITZ DREISBACH

$ 8,000

Polychromatic Optic Mongo 15 x 15 x 15 in. Signed, 2003 Blown glass

Fritz Dreisbach always shows movement and gesture in his hotworked 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 The Corning Museum of Glass, Hsinchu Cultural Center in Taiwan, Secondary School of Glassmaking in Kamenický Šenov, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Toledo Museum of Art – “all the usual suspects!” FRIT ZDREISBACH.COM

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SABRINA KNOWLES AND JENNY POHLMAN

$7,000

Untitled, Homage Series 31 x 6 x 6 in. Signed, 2018 Solid sculpted glass

Sabrina Knowles and Jenny Pohlman’s collaboration celebrated 25 years with an exhibition at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, “SYNCHRONICITY: Twenty-five Years of Collaboration.” Pohlman and Knowles are recipients of Pilchuck, Museum of Glass, and Wheaton Art residencies which have fueled their growth and development. Their work is among museum, private, and public collections nationwide. Both served on the board of Bellevue Arts Museum 2009-12; Pohlman served as board chair for Pratt Fine Arts Center 2016-18. The duo founded a teen scholarship at Pratt in 2000 and support it and other regional arts organization through annual auction donations. P O H L M A N K N O W L E S S T U D I O

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CHRISTINA BOTHWELL •

$18,000

Peacock 35 x 10 x 8 in. Signed, 2016 Cast glass, ceramic, found object

Fascinated with the concept of the Soul, Christina Bothwell’s ongoing spiritual interests and pursuits run parallel to the narrative in her pieces. She studied painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts before teaching herself how to work with ceramics, and then cast glass. Bothwell has had eleven solo exhibitions of her work since 2006, most recently at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Her sculptures are in the public collections of the Cincinnati Museum of Art, the Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, SMOG (Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Glass Art), the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung Foundation, the Smithsonian Museum of Art’s Archives of American Art, and The Corning Museum of Glass, among others. CHRISTINABOTHWELL .COM A U S T I N A R T P R O J E C T S

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MARTIN ŠTEFÁNEK

$ 3,500

Eagle 22 x 17 x 11 in. 2018 Solid sculpted glass

Martin Štefánek utilizes the richly visual qualities of metallurgical colored glass to formulate the exotic and mythic animals that inspire him. In 2000, Štefánek founded his own glass studio in Desná, Czech Republic. He has worked on several prestigious projects, including a glass sculpture gifted to Pope John Paul II. Starting in 2001, Štefánek began cooperating with Petr Seifert on creating reproductions of historical glass pieces for the royal and prominent aristocratic houses of Europe. In 2018, Štefánek taught for the first time in the United States at Pilchuck Glass School. M A R T I N S T E FA N E K . C Z

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PRIVATE HELICOPTER FLIGHT AND GOURMET PICNIC AT PILCHUCK - FOR SIX

PRICELESS

Helicopter, Food, and Glass

Take an Executive 7 Seat Turbine helicopter from Clay Lacy at Boeing Field for a sunset ride above Seattle. See the Space Needle, Ballard Locks and the gorgeous PNW from the best seat in the house. Fly your way up to the Pilchuck campus where you will enjoy a private tour and gourmet picnic. Board your executive helicopter and enjoy the sparkling lights of the city as you return to Boeing Field. Dates dependent on weather and mutual availability. Expires 10.20.19. T H A N K Y O U G R A N T A N D J U S T I N E N O R W I T Z A N D B O S B I LT O N G

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MICAH EVANS •

$ 5,000

Copula 7 x 37 x 9 ½ in. 2017 Flameworked borosilicate glass

Micah Evans is an internationally acclaimed artist known for blurring the lines between art, craft, form, and function. He began working with glass in 1999 and has taught at a variety of world-renowned institutions, including The Corning Museum of Glass, Penland School of Crafts, Pilchuck Glass School, and others. Currently residing in Austin, Texas, he draws much inspiration from the culture and landscape. His latest works are focused around themes of history, memory, and erosion. Evans’ attention to detail, paired with his desire to push the material to new limits, make his work incredibly unique and feel otherworldly. M I C A H E VA N S . C O M

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MATYAS PAVLIK

$ 9,000

Ocean Hawk 16 ½ x 13 ½ x 5 in. Signed, 2017 Cast, coldworked glass

Born in Czech Republic, Matyas Pavlik was raised between the United States and Mexico. Both parents being glass sculpture artists, he was exposed to glass and art early on. While studying graphic design at University of San Francisco, a semester abroad at Prague University of Art, Architecture & Design exposed him to the boundless possibilities of kiln casting. The focus of Pavlik’s work lies in exploring the medium of glass through varied density within abstract shapes, the way light gets broken, redirected, or absorbed, while using an organic, yet vibrant color palette. M AT YA S PAV L I K . C O M A U S T I N A R T P R O J E C T S

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STUDIO SALVADORE

$ 9,000

Murrine Centro Giallo 25 x 19 x 7 in. 2014 Blown, cut glass

Studio Salvadore is a collaborative glass production team headed by Muranese brothers Mattia and Marco Salvadore. As young boys, they began working with their father, Davide, in the studio Campanol & Salvadore. In 2003, Mattia assisted Pino Signoretto, Franco Toffolo, and Dante Marioni at the international workshop organized by Centro Studio Vetro. He has studied with a variety of Muranese Maestri, attended Pilchuck Glass School, and worked at the famous Venini glass factory. Marco presented at the 2009 Glass Art Society Conference and has travelled around the world teaching glassworking techniques. The Salvadore brothers’ works are captivating; concentrating on simple, graceful elliptical shapes that frame the layered colours emerging from the glass matter. S T U D I O S A LVA D O R E

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STEVE JENSEN •

$7,800

The Anchored Canoe with Porthole 13 x 37 x 7 ½ in. Signed, 2017 Recycled glass, boat resin, salvaged steel boat parts

Steve Jensen has been a working artist for over 40 years. His current series, “VOYAGER,” are boats meant to symbolize a voyage of journey. He comes from a long tradition of Norwegian fishermen and boat builders. He grew up on and around his father’s and grandfather’s fishing boats and in the shipyard. In 2015 and 2016, Jensen solo exhibited his Voyager series at the gallery of Seattle Art Museum, The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, The Foss Maritime Museum, and The Museum of Northwest Art. STE VE JENSENSTUDIOS.COM A B M E Y E R & W O O D

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THERMAN STATOM

$12,000

Lavanda 15 x 10 ½ x 9 ½ in. Signed, 2018 Sheet glass, found glass, mixed media

Therman Statom is a sculptor, glass artist, and painter most notably known as a pioneer of the contemporary glass movement. His life-size glass ladders, chairs, tables, contructed box-like paintings, and small-scale houses are 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. In 2018, he received the Libenský | Brychtová Award from Pilchuck Glass School for his artistic and educational contributions to the field. T H E R M A N S TAT O M . C O M A U S T I N A R T P R O J E C T S

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BENJAMIN MOORE

$15,000

Exterior Fold Series 17 x 8 x 8 in. | 7 ½ x 10 ½ x 10 ½ in. | 3 x 18 x 18 in. Signed, 2003 Blown glass

Benjamin Moore, born in 1952 in Olympia, Washington, received a BFA from California College of the Arts and a MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Moore’s work is in numerous museums and private collections throughout the world. He is a recipient of a NEA grant, the 2006 Libenský | Brychtová Award from Pilchuck Glass School, was an American Craft Council Fellow, and worked as a designer at both the Venini Factory and J&L Lobmeyr. Moore has been affiliated with Pilchuck Glass School for more than three decades as an Interim Executive Director, Artistic Director, and faculty member, and currently serves on the Board of Trustees. He is the owner of Benjamin Moore, Inc. (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 SCHANT Z G ALLERY

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HIROSHI YAMANO

$20,000

The Fish #10 23 ½ x 8 x 10 in. Signed, 2001 Blown, coldworked glass, silver leaf, copper plating

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 United States and abroad, and is included in many museums and public collections. T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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LINO TAGLIAPIETRA

$ 54,000

Dada 14 ½ x 11 ¾ x 5 ¾ in. 2008 Blown, cut glass

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

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AMANDA MCDONALD STERN

$2,700

Modular Form 14 18 x 7 x 7 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, The Corning Museum of Glass, Pittsburgh Glass Center and the University of Miami. McDonald Stern currently lives in Los Angeles, California. A M A N D A M C D O N A L D S T E R N . C O M VE TRI G ALLERY

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Ambrosia 23 ½ x 12 ½ x 7 ½ in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass

Alix Cannon grew up in Evergreen, Colorado. In 2003, she moved to New York City where she began blowing glass at UrbanGlass in Brooklyn, relocating to Seattle in 2006 to further her education and skills as a glass artist. Over the years, Cannon has taken many master classes, attending such institutions as Pilchuck Glass School and Pittsburgh Glass Ceter. Exploring many different techniques and processes in glassblowing, she has mostly come to focus on intricate cane and murrine in her own work. Cannon recently taught at Pilchuck Glass School and was a Visiting Artist in Residence at the Museum of Glass. She continues to work in and around the Seattle area, both independently and for many notable artists including Nancy Callan and Raven Skyriver. ALIXCANNONGL ASS.COM

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STEVE KLEIN

$ 5,100

Exploration 143 6 x 15 x 15 in. Signed, 2012 Kiln-formed and blown glass

Steve Klein lives in La Conner, Washington where he maintains a studio and makes his distinctive kiln-formed sculptures. 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, Museum of Arts and Design, the Museo del Vidrio, Tsinghua University Museum, and Tissot Museum. He proudly serves as a Trustee of Pilchuck Glass School and the Anacortes Arts Festival. D K S K@ E A R T H L I N K . N E T

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CASSANDRIA BLACKMORE

$ 8,500

Kapnos 30 x 30 x 2 in. Signed, 2018 Reverse painting on 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. Pilchuck Glass School has awarded Blackmore a merit scholarship, in addition to naming her a 2002 John H. Hauberg Fellow. CAS SANDRIABL ACKMORE.C OM

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DINNER AT LINO TAGLIAPIETRA’S PRIVATE STUDIO - FOR 12

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Enjoy this once in a lifetime opportunity to dine with your closest friends surrounded by stunning works created by the one and only Lino Tagliapietra in his private Studio in downtown Seattle. This experience includes a delicious catered dinner. Date to be mutually agreed upon by both parties. Expires 10.20.19. L I N O TA G L I A P I E T R A . C O M

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JASON CHRISTIAN •

$ 5,500

Lucky Dragon #13 10 x 18 x 4 in. Signed, 2018 Hot-sculpted 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, 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. J A S O N C H R I S T I A N G L A S S D E S I G N . C O M

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RICHARD ROYAL

$11,000

Refresh 22 x 11 x 5 in. Signed, 2009 Solid sculpted glass

Richard Royal began working as a glass sculptor at Pilchuck Glass School in 1978. His work is found in such noteworthy collections as The Mint Museum of Craft + Design, The High Museum, the New Orleans Museum of Art, and the Daichi Museum. Royal was one of the first Artists-in-Residence at Waterford Crystal Factory, 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 PAT R I C I A R O V Z A R G A L L E R Y

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MARTIN JANECKÝ

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$15,000

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32 x 9 x 12 in. 2018 Blown, sculpted glass

Martin Janecký began working with glass at age thirteen in his father’s factory in the Czech Republic. His secondary school training concentrated on the creation of glass art in Novy Bor and introduced him to artists and designers from around the world that hired him to execute their ideas. He has been a visiting artist and instructor at various glass programs in the United States and internationally such as The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass, Pilchuck Glass School, and Penland School of Crafts. Janecký is considered one of the best glass sculptors working today, and is represented in galleries and museums worldwide. M A R T I N J A N E C K Y. C O M

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DALE CHIHULY

$ 35,000

Garnet Flame Basket with Drawing Shard 13 x 12 x 12 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass

Dale Chihuly is known for revolutionizing the studio glass movement and elevating perceptions of the glass medium. He employs a diverse array of materials to realize his creative vision through drawing, painting and sculpture. Known for his iconic glass sculptures, Chihuly is also renowned for ambitious site-specific public installations and exhibitions in historic cities, museums and gardens around the world. 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 a 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, 9am2pm. The Certificate must be presented in order to redeem this experience. Expiration: 10.20.2019

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JEREMY BERT AND JEN ELEK

$2,000

Red, White, and Blue Question Marks 19 x 10 x 5 in. each Signed, 2018 Custom built channel letters with battery powered LED’s (8 hours on a charge)

Jeremy Bert is a mixed-media conceptual artist, licensed sign electrician, and neon-tube bender. Bert owns and operates Jeremy Bert Neon in Seattle and teaches neon and light phenomena workshops at Pilchuck Glass School, Urban Glass, and Penland School of Crafts. Jen Elek is a studio artist and educator working in Seattle glass shops for over twenty years. She combines traditional glassblowing techniques and innovative processes to create her sculptural work. Elek travels internationally teaching. Bert and Elek met while attending Alfred University, and they maintain a multi-material studio in Seattle and exhibit their work locally and abroad. J E N E L E K . C O M

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WYATT AMEND AND SUSAN STINSMUEHLEN-AMEND

$ 900

Double Duty Doodle Jar with Lid 14 x 6 x 6 in. Signed, 2018 Stoneware, high fire glaze, luster, vitreous enamels, custom glass decals Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend is a past Pilchuck Glass School Trustee and past President of the Glass Art Society. She was awarded two NEA Fellowships, two Pilchuck Glass School John H. Hauberg Fellowships, a Museum of Glass Residency, the 2007 Libenský | Brychtová Award, and a Glass Art Society honorary lifetime membership. Wyatt Amend has a BFA in Sculpture and Ceramics from Sonoma State University; his ceramic work is inspired by the world of glass. He was a teaching assistant at Penland School of Crafts, an artist-in-residence at the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts, and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, and has served on the summer staff at Pilchuck Glass School. This mother-son team collaborated to create this piece.

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JEANNE MARIE FERRARO

$ 5,000

The Poet 14 x 17 x 8 in. Signed, 2017 Cast bronze

Jeanne Marie Ferraro is a 2D and 3D artist. She holds a MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology, a BFA from Kent State University, and studied Painting at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She actively learns any technique and material that will bring her idea to fruition. Ferraro’s work has been shown at Traver Gallery, Habatat Gallery at SOFA, The Shed Aquarium, and The Marinha Grande Museum of Glass. Her work is in the permanent collections of Dover Corporation and The Richard Leads and Anne Kroeker Collection. She has taught at Pratt Fine Arts Center, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, the Art Institute of Chicago, The Corning Museum of Glass, UrbanGlass, Akron University, and was temporary head of the Glass program at Sheridan College in Ontario, Canada. JE ANNEFERR ARO.COM

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KATHERINE GRAY

$ 3,000

Creased Black Entity 13 ½ x 11 x 6 in. Signed, 2018 Sandblasted, blown glass, applied iridescent coating

Katherine Gray received her undergraduate degree from Ontario College of Art and MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been exhibited at Heller Gallery, Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, UrbanGlass, and most recently in a solo show at the Craft & Folk Art Museum. In 2017, Gray received the Libenský | Brychtová Award from Pilchuck Glass School. She has written about glass, curated and juried multiple exhibitions, and has taught workshops around the world. She lives in Los Angeles and is a Professor of Art at California State University, San Bernardino. K AT H E R I N E - G R AY. C O M H E L L E R G A L L E R Y

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APRIL SURGENT

$ 5,000

An Image From Our Children’s Memory 11 7/8 x 24 ½ x ¾ in. Signed, 2018 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, 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 fourteen 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

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PRESTON SINGLETARY

$18,000

Wolf Amulet 11 ½ x 26 x 5 Signed, 2014 Blown, sandcarved glass

The art of Preston Singletary has become synonymous with the relationship between European glass blowing traditions and Northwest Native art. His 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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ETHAN STERN

$ 9,000

Crosscut Cintho 11 ½ x 12 ½ x 3 in. Signed, 2016 Blown, wheel-cut glass

Born in Ithaca, New York, Ethan Stern earned his BFA in Sculpture from Alfred University. Stern has been involved with Pilchuck Glass School in many capacities including Trustee, staff, student, and instructor; currently serving as the Interim Deputy Director. Stern’s newest blown and wheel-cut glasswork, inspired by historical cut crystal, is widely exhibited including the recent solo exhibition “Inscribing Surfaces” at the Morean Arts Center. His work is held in the collections of the Museum of Glass, Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Museum of American Glass, and Toyama Institute of Glass Art. He has taught sculpture at the University of Washington, Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts, UrbanGlass and the Pittsburgh Glass Center. E THANSTERN.COM T R AV E R G A L L E R Y

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RAVEN SKYRIVER

$17,600

Bask 10 x 33 x 13 in. Signed, 2016 Solid sculpted glass

Born on Lopez Island in 1982, Raven Skyriver started working with glass in high school. Afterward, he began working with Karen Willenbrink-Johnson on the William Morris team in 2003, continuing until Morris’ retirement in 2007. The experience of working with such a talented group of artists galvanized his decision to follow glass sculpting as a profession to tell his own story. His work is shown 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. Skyriver’s work is informed by the creatures that inhabit this fragile ecosystem and fascination with the natural world. 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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TOOTS ZYNSKY

$ 32,500

Capovolta 11 ½ x 25 ¼ x 10 in. Signed, 2016 Filet de verre: fused, molded glass threads

Toots Zynsky received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, assisted Dale Chihuly in the early development of Pilchuck Glass School, and was a key participant in the development of UrbanGlass. Zynsky collaborated with Mathijs Teunissen Van Manen to create a glass threadpulling machine concurrently developing her unique filet de verre technique. She has received two NEA grants, the Pell Award for Excellence in the Arts 2006, the Smithsonian Institute Visonary Award 2015, and most recently, she was the third recipient of The Corning Museum of Glass’ prestigious new Specialty Glass Residency. Zynsky’s work is represented in museums and private collections around the world. T O O T S Z Y N S K Y. C O M A U S T I N A R T P R O J E C T S

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TIM TATE •

$22,500

Guardians of the Pacific NW 32 x 32 x 4 in. 2018 Cast poly-vitro, glass, mirror, aluminum, electronics, UV LEDs

For the past twenty-five years, Tim Tate has worked ith glass as a sculptural medium. A Washington, DC native, he co-founded the Washington Glass School. Tate’s work is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Mint Museum, among others. He was the 2010 recipient of the Virginia Groot Foundation award for sculpture, second place in the 2017 London Contemporary Art Prize, and is a 2018 James Renwick Alliance Distinguished Artist. He received a 2012 Fulbright Award from Sunderland University, and was recognized by the Museum of American Glass as a “Rising Stars of the 21st Century” in 2009. He has taught internationally, including at Penland School of Crafts where he serves as a Trustee. T I M TAT E G L A S S . C O M

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GARDEN PARTY FOR 16 AT GINNY RUFFNER’S GARDEN OASIS

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Gather your favorite people and invite them to an intimate party at Ginny Ruffner’s garden and studio in the heart of downtown Ballard. Enjoy refreshments and fine wine from Chateau Ste. Michelle in Ginny’s urban oasis while getting a first-hand look into the life and work of the artist. Date to be mutually agreed upon by both parties. Expires 10.20.19.

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ANNA SKIBSKA

$ 3,200

Summer House 13 x 9 x 11 in. 2018 Flameworked glass

Anna Skibska graduated from the Painting program at the Academy of Art in Wroclaw, Poland in 1984. Since then, she has presented 58 individual exhibitions all over the world. Skibska is known for her enormous glass sculptures and signature flameworking technique of ‘stretching’ glass rods and creating slender and transparent threads. In 1994, she began teaching creative glass at Pilchuck Glass School, later emigrating to Seattle. In 2004, Pratt Fine Arts Center named the Anna Skibska Flameworking Studio in her honor. Skibska has exhibited extensively in prominent venues worldwide, including the Jarden de Tuileries, Musee-Atelier du Verre, Museo del Vetro, the Seattle Art Museum, and recently at Bellevue Arts Museum, among others. ANNASKIBSK A .COM

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BRENNAN KASPERZAK •

$7,000

Blurred Lines 15 x 57 x 10 ½ in. 2018 Blown, fused, slumped glass, wood

Growing up in the flatlands of Toledo, Ohio, Brennan Kasperzak developed a fascination for mountains and snow during family trips. He began his glass career in 2002, going on to receive a BFA in Glass from Ohio State University in 2007. Since then, he has studied, assisted, and taught internationally; working with artists Therman Statom, Chuck Lopez, and Davide Salvadore, among others. Kasperzak’s current body of work combines his most driving passions: mountains and glass, and involves the creation of life-sized glass snowboards. In removing the functionality of the snowboard by creating it in glass, Kasperzak allows the snowboard to become his canvas, and the sculptural object acts as a vessel for his voice rather than his body. He was a finalist in Emerge 2018 hosted by Bullseye Projects. B R E N N A N K A S P E R Z A K . C O M

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LAURA DONEFER AND JEFF MACK

$ 8,000

Raspberry Classico Moderno Amphora 22 x 12 x 12 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass

Laura Donefer is an award-winning artist who pushes the boundaries with work that explores ideas concerning memory, assault, bereavement, joy, and madness. Every few years Donefer organizes one of her exuberant Glass Fashion Shows. Jeff Mack is an artist, craftsman, and educator who has been working with glass for over twenty years. His work is rooted in personal expression through craft and has touched on many aspects of the material ranging from intimate vessels and sculpture to public artworks.

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DAVIDE SALVADORE

$10,000

Vasi Veneziani 14 x 8 x 8 in. 2018 Blown, cut glass

Dating back to the 1700’s, 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 and transitioned to become a glass sculptor in the mid 90s. Salvadore’s extraordinary ability to incorporate unique murrine 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

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JEAN-PIERRE CANLIS

$ 9,150

Wheat Field 24 x 14 ½ x 5 ½ in. Hand-pulled, flameworked glass, wood

Art has always been J.P. Canlis’ greatest passion. He studied glass at Alfred University’s School of Art and Design 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 ASS.COM

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DANTE MARIONI

$16,000

Blue Acorn 10 x 16 x 10 in. Signed, 2018 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. DANTEMARIONI.C OM

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DARYL SMITH AND RYAN BLYTHE

$ 3,000

Panda Sensei 20 x 10 x 8 in. Signed, 2018 Blown, sculpted glass

Daryl Smith is a Seattle native with more than twenty years experience making glass. In addition to creating his own pop art and lowbrow-inspired artwork, he has worked with the best glassmakers in the world as a gaffer at Chihuly Studios. Smith has also been a gaffer at Pilchuck Glass School many times and has developed an intimate knowledge of the material. Ryan Blythe, born in Ohio, has been in the Puget Sound region since 1996 working with glass. He studied glass at Rochester Instituted of Technology in New York and has traveled internationally to study and work with masters of the craft, including Dale Chihuly. In 2013, Blythe founded The Rainier Glass Studio, located in the Old Rainier Brewery building in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood.

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ROB STERN •

$ 6,500

Windstar 24 x 22 x 16 in. Signed, 2018 Blown, fabricated glass

Rob Stern began working with glass in 1988, earning a BFA in Glass and Sculpture at San Francisco State University and MFA in Glass Sculpture at University of Miami. He spent five years at John Lewis Glass studio and two years abroad working for Czech Master Petr Novotny. Stern has studied with the most notable glass artists and masters throughout the world and has attended Pilchuck Glass School for twenty-seven consecutive summers. He conducts workshops internationally and has been a professor at The University of Miami and the University of Texas-Arlington. In 2003, he founded his Florida-based studio Rob Stern Art Glass Inc. and works on commissions while exhibiting internationally. ROBSTERNARTGL ASS.COM

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HIROMI TAKIZAWA

$1,000

Great Outdoors 18 x 18 x 1 in. Signed, 2017 Blown, kiln-formed glass Hiromi Takizawa was born and raised in Nagano, Japan, and currently lives in Southern California. Curiosity, experimentation, narrative, and materiality are core concepts in her work. Takizawa has exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at Heller Gallery and UrbanGlass in New York, and group exhibitions in Ohio, Michigan, Virginia, and Bergen, Norway. She received a MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University and is currently an associate professor in Glass at California State University, Fullerton. H I R O M I TA K I Z AWA @ F U L L E R T O N . E D U

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MEGAN STELLJES

$2,000

Hot Banana 20 x 20 x 3 in. Signed, 2018 Neon

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LYNNE-RACHEL (LR) ALTMAN

$1,100

“A Reach” from the “I am just trying to connect with you, stupid” Series 14 x 17 x 3 in. Signed, 2018 Kiln-formed, sintered frit

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LECKIE GASSMAN

$1,250

Party Burb 18 x 9 x 2 in. Signed, 2018 Wheel-cut, engraved, blown glass

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TERRY SAVAGE

Tripe Face Boogie 16 ½ x 15 ½ x 7 ½ in. Signed, 2017 Fused glass

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LAURETTE ROSE

$1,500

Stratigraphy 24 x 15 x 1 in. Signed, 2018 Fused glass

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CHRISTOPHER HOFMANN

$ 950

Bindo Jar 9 ¾ x 5 ½ x 5 1/8 in. Signed, 2017 Blown glass, electroformed copper

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LEE CAMPBELL

$ 400

Big-endian 5 x 5 ½ x 5 ½ in. Signed, 2018 Cast bronze, blown glass

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ROY BRUNO

$ 650

Crescent Loon LXIV 6 x 23 x 4 in. Signed, 2016 Blown glass

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JASON PFOHL

$250

Mezcal Set 6 x 3 x 3 in. 2018 Blown, cut glass

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KELLY HOWARD

$ 495

Pas du chat 18 8 x 8 x 8 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass

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PHIRAK SUON AND BRANDYN CALLAHAN

$2,000

Untitled 14 x 5 x 5 in. Signed, 2018 3D-printed ceramic, blown glass

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FREDRIK NIELSON

$7,000

Black and White Pitcher 19 x 7 x 8 in. Signed, 2015 Blown glass

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DAWN MCCORD

$ 400

Pilchuck Hotshop (from the hill) 16 x 12 x ¾ in. Signed, 2018 Illustration on paper, wood

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PINO CHERCHI AND KENNETH GONZALES

$ 6,000

Vasometro 22 x 18 x 8 in. 2011 Blown, sculpted glass

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SABAH AL-DHAHER

$1,600

Fragment of Light 13 x 3 x 2 in. Signed, 2018 Cast glass, granite

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VICTORIA AHMADIZADEH

$1,875

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15 x 14 x 6 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass, neon, wood

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AARON BAIGELMAN

$1,800

Fireside Bowl 4 x 11 x 11 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass

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EDWARD SCHMID

$2,000

You Count on Them 5 x 12 x 3 in. Signed, 2017 Solid sculpted glass

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LINDA DIEC

$750

Study #9 21 x 28 x 2 in. Signed, 2018 Glass, cold construction

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TATE NEWFIELD

Aeu (Blue_Force_03) 8 x 14 x 8 in. 2018 Blown, enameled glass

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JOY JACKSON

$ 500

San Juan Islands 10 ½ x 8 x 5 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass, encaustic paint

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CRAIG MERRIMAN

$ 475

Υγεία και Πανακεία (Hygieia & Panacea) 6 x 4 x ½ in. Signed, 2018 Kiln-formed cameo glass, mixed media

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STACY LEVINSON

$ 675

The Ladies 5 ½ x 10 x 1 ½ in. Signed, 2018 Kiln-formed glass life castings

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LEWIS BATCHELAR AND MADELINE PROWD

$1,500

Incalmo Plate: Black + White Spiro 2 x 17 x 17 in. 2018 Blown glass, incalmo, cane

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PRISCILLA KAR YEE LO

$750

Diet Strawberry Cheesecake 12 x 12 x 12 in. 2018 Blown, sculpted glass

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BRIAN GILLESPIE

$750

Erupt 41 x 8 x 8 in. 2017 Blown glass

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SARAH CURTIN

$ 350

Cenote 3 ½ x 7 ½ x 7 ½ in. 2018 Kiln-formed vitrigraph murrine

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JULIE ALLAND

Personal Archeology #2 13 x 6 x ¼ in. Signed, 2018 Kiln-formed glass, enamels

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JEFF BALLARD AND BRENT ROGERS

$ 600

Spruce Pine Batch Goblet (made with spectrum 2.0) 9 x 3 x 4 in. Signed, 2018 Blown, sculpted, carved glass

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JI HUANG

$ 4,828

Structure #7 13 x 14 x 14 in. 2018 Blown glass, copper-plated PLA

I N S TA G R A M: @ J I H U A N G G L A S S

130

KATRINA HUDE

$750

Trowel 2 ¾ x 11 ½ x 4 in. Signed, 2017 Solid sculpted glass, zanfirico cane technique

K AT R I N A H U D E . C O M

131

GREG OWEN

$1,600

Beat 22 ¾ x 6 ¾ x 4 ½ in. 2018 Hot-cast, solid sculpted glass

GREGOWEN.COM S A AT C H I A R T

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

S A AT C H I A R T. C O M

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132

DANNY WHITE

$2,800

Brock 6 ½ x 6 x 4 ½ in. Signed, 2017 Blown, sculpted borosilicate glass

IAMDANNY WHITE.COM H A B ATAT G A L L E R I E S

133

H A B ATAT. C O M

PATRICIA DAVIDSON

$1,000

Intergalactic 5 x 8 x 3 in. Signed, 2018 Flameworked glass

PAT R I C I A D AV I D S O N A R T. C O M

134

DAISUKE SAITO AKA DISK

$ 6,000

C.U.P 6 ¾ x 3 ½ x 3 ½ in. Signed, 2018 Flameworked borosilicate glass

I N S TA G R A M: @ D I S K _ G L A S S

135

LESLIE GOLDSTEIN

Beyond forty dots a bead 1 x 24 x 1 in. 2018 Flameworked glass, wire-worked sterling silver

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$745


136

LAURA BOWKER

$145

Untitled 3 ¼ x 1 x 1 in. 2018 Blown, coldworked glass, cable-wire, sterling silver

L AUR ABOWKER.COM

137

ALEX GIBSON

$ 60

Reversible Blue 2 ¼ x ½ x ¼ in. 2018 Coldworked glass, wire, chain

DISPL ACEDAK.COM

138

IRIS LITT

$ 350

Sea Waves 2 ½ x 6 x ½ in. Signed, 2017 Fused, slumped glass, chain

IRISGL ASSDESIGN.COM MASAOK A GL AS S ST UDIO

139

JASON PFOHL

MASAOK AGL ASSDESIGN.COM

$100

Linear (Green) 2 ½ x ½ x ¼ in., necklace 1 x ½ x ¼ in., earrings 2018 Fused, coldworked glass

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

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140

JILL ALLAN

$ 95

Earrings 2 ¾ x ¼ x ¼ in. 2017 Flameworked Italian glass, sterling silver wire

JILL ALL AN.COM

141

CARANO GLASS

$100

Carano G Blown Bead Necklace: from the Salvadore Artisan family of Murano 1 x 1 x 1 in. 2018 Blown glass, sterling silver chain

CAR ANOGL ASS@Q.COM

142

JASON PFOHL

$150

Deluxe Dichroic Eclipse (Lavender Gold) 2 x 2 x ½ in., necklace 1 ¼ x 1 ¼ x ¼ in., earrings 2018 Fused, coldworked glass

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

143

MIEKE LILY VAN ORDEN

For My Honey 1 ½ x ¾ x ¼ in., necklace 1 x ¼ x ¼ in., earrings 2018 Flameworked glass, semi-precious stones, pearls, sterling silver

FLUX ANDSTONE.COM

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$180


144

ANNA SKIBSKA

$230

Salish Sea (Yellow Light) 5 x ½ x ½ in. 2018 Glass, suede, rubber tubing

ANNASKIBSK A .COM

145

JASON PFOHL

$150

Shield (Gold) 2 x 1 ½ x ¼ in., necklace 1 x ¼ x ¼ in., earrings 2018 Fused, coldworked glass

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

146

LEAH ALLISON

$ 595

Luna Blu 15 x 4 x 1 in., necklace 3 ½ x 1 x ¼ in., earrings 2018 Flameworked borosilicate glass, silver, leather

BIGEDDYGL ASSWORKS.CA

147

CARANO GLASS

$100

Carano G Blown Bead Necklace: from the Salvadore Artisan family of Murano 1 x 1 x 1 in. 2018 Blown glass, sterling silver chain

CAR ANOGL ASS@Q.COM

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148

JOCELYN BEAUCHER

$ 325

Ball ‘n’ Chain Charm Bracelet 1 x 7 x 1 in. 2018 Flameworked glass

J AY B O O S H AY G L A S S @ G M A I L . C O M

149

MIEKE LILY VAN ORDEN

$ 820

VERTEX 2 ½ x 5 x ½ in., necklace 1 x ¼ x ¼ in., earrings Ring, size 7 2018 Coldworked, fused glass, flameworked glass, blue topaz, quartz crystal, sterling silver

FLUX ANDSTONE.COM

150

JASON PFOHL

$100

Linear (Blue) 2 ¼ x ½ x ¼ in., necklace 1 x ½ x ¼ in., earrings 2018 Fused, coldworked glass

151

ALEX STANYON

$ 300

Imprint Necklace 1 ½ x 1 ½ x ¾ in. 2018 Coldworked glass, coated stainless wire

V E T R I G L A S S

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VE TRIGL ASS.COM


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SARAH COHEN

$ 65

Gilded Fern 1 x 1 x ½ in. Signed, 2018 Laminated glass

P E TA LV I S I O N G L A S S . C O M

153

TAKAO MIYAKE AKA CHANDRA

$2,500

Pilchuck Pendant 2 x 2 x ½ in. Signed, 2018 Glass pointillism pendant

I N S TA G R A M: @ TA K A O M I YA K E

154

KAIT RHOADS

$120

Zebra 1 ¼ x 1 ¼ x 1/8 in. 2018 Blown, cut, fire-polished glass, sterling silver

K AITRHOADS.COM

155

CATHY CHASE

$ 450

Tools of The Trade 10 ½ x 5 ½ x 1 ¼ in. Signed, 2018 Cast glass

C AT H Y C H A S E . C O M

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156

TURI MCKINLEY

$700

Moving 12 x 8 x 3 in. 2017 Blown, sculpted glass

157

DONNA MCCORD

$ 500

Multi-Gather Vase 12 x 5 x 5 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass

BE ACONGL ASSCENTER.COM

158

KIM SHARP

$1,000

Studio Sketch 12 x 7 x 1/8 in. 2018 Flameworked, powder printed glass

159

COURTNEY DODD

Frosk Vase 14 x 4 ¼ x 4 ¼ in. Signed, 2017 Blown, coldworked glass

COUR TNE YDODD.COM P E N L A N D G A L L E R Y, P I L C H U C K G A L L E R Y, V E T R I G L A S S

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$ 850


160

JOE SIRCOULOMB

$1,450

Vessel (Meditation on the Creative Impulse) 14 x 7 x 7 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass

Q U E E R G L A S S .T U M B L R . C O M

161

C. MIGUEL UNSON

$2,800

Blue and Yellow Murrine Study 5 x 14 x 8 in. Signed, 2018 Kiln-formed glass, wood

MIGUELUNSON.COM

162

ADAM COHEN

$1,500

Bluescale 30 x 8 x ½ in. Signed, 2018 Fused glass

I N S TA G R A M: @ S A L LY D O N U T S

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PENELOPE RAKOV, $ 5,000 JASON CHRISTIAN, AND DARYL SMITH Large Cell Platter 5 x 21 x 22 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass, murrine

JASONCHRISTIANGL AS SDESIGNS.C OM

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JIMMY ANDEREGG

$ 3,200

Murrine Series 16 x 7 x 8 in. Signed, 2017 Blown, wheel-cut glass

ANDEREGGGL ASS.COM

201

JASON ELLIOT

$1,200

Mirror Image 6 x 12 x 6 in Signed, 2018 Flameworked borosilicate glass

202

JOEL MEYERS AKA JOLEX

$ 4,000

Friends of Aladfar 1 ½ x 7 ½ x 7 ½ in. Signed, 2017 Sculpted glass, flameworked glass

JOLE XGL ASS.COM

203

BEN SHARP

$ 4,000

Shooting Star 33 x 13 x 13 in. Signed, 2015 Blown, coldworked glass, brazed metal

BENSHARPGL ASS.COM V E T R I G L A S S

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VE TRIGL ASS.COM


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KANAMI OGATA

$180

Champagne Gold Dream 8 1/3 x 6 x 6 in. Signed, 2016 Blown glass, copper, purified water, glitter

I I N S TA G R A M: @ O O K A N A M I

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SARAH VAUGHN

$ 3,850

House of Cards V

HONOR ABLE MENTION

22 x 14 x 3 in. Signed, 2012 Kilnformed glass powder

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

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

BERNIE D’ONOFRIO

$ 6,800

Concise 8 x 8 x 8 in. Signed, 2018 Solid sculpted, coldworked, optically-polished glass

SCHANT Z G ALLERY

207

SCHANT ZG ALLERIES.COM

PHIRAK SUON AND JACOB FORAN

$200

3-D Printed Porcelain Vessel 8 ½ x 5 ½ x 5 ½ in. 2018 3D-printed porcelain, gold luster

FOR ANSUON.COM

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208

JARED CSAKANY

$ 3,000

Radiance

JUROR’S CHOICE

8 x 8 ½ x 3 ¾ in. 2017 Flameworked borosilicate glass

I N S TA G R A M: @ J A R E D C S A K A N Y

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KAYLEIGH YOUNG

$ 85

Lilac Unicorn 6 ¼ x 4 ½ x 2 ½ in. Signed, 2018 Solid sculpted glass

K AY L E I G H Y O U N G G L A S S . C O . U K

210

JEN ELEK AND JEREMY BERT

$ 3,600

Noble Moire’ 26 x 6 x 6 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass, solid sculpted interior hooks, neon

JENELEK.COM

211

CHERYL ZAHNISER

The Garden Series 79 ½ x 36 ½ x 1 in. Signed, 2015 Reverse painting on mirrored glass, antique map

CHERYL Z AHNISER.COM M I C H E A L B I R AW E R G A L L E R Y S E AT T L E M I C H A E L B I R AW E R G A L L E R Y. C O M

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$2,400


212

KAIT RHOADS

$2,900

Begonia Cloche 19 x 11 x 11 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass, occhi murrine, sculpted glass by Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen, found glass cake stand

K AITRHOADS.COM SCHANT Z G ALLERIES

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SCHANT ZG ALLERIES.COM

HANNAH MARIE SMITH

$ 800

and thereby the only place where you are, always. 18 x 24 x 2 in. Signed, 2018 Vitreography, microbeads, engraved glass

HMARIESMITH.COM

214

LYDIA BOSS

$ 920

Water II 8 x 6 x 4 ½ in. 2018 Plate glass, vinyl

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

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ALEX GIBSON

$ 800

A Demonstrable History of Trauma 7 x 13 x 9 in. Signed, 2018 Engraved, found glass, wood, bullet, white hairs

DISPL ACEDAK.COM

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216

EMILY LAMB

$1,800

Chondrocyte 6 x 6 x 8 in. 2018 Hot-sculpted, blown glass

E M I LY R E N E E L A M B . M Y P O R T F O L I O . C O M

217

JEFF SCHNEIDER

$ 500

Pilchuck Stump 34 x 22 x 1 in. Signed, 2018 Hand-pulled print (edition 7 of 13), framed

JSCHNEIDERSTUDIO.COM

218

CHEYENNE MALCOLM

$ 3,600

Aviary 36 x 12 x 12 in. Signed, 2016 Blown, sculpted glass

CHE YENNEMALCOM.COM

219

CODY NICELY

Under Pressure 12 x 12 x 6 in. Signed, 2017 Blown, sculpted glass

C O D Y N I C E LY. C O M

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$2,500


220

KELLY O’DELL

$ 3,200

Specimen 11 x 9 x 5 in. Signed, 2018 Sculpted and cut glass, hot-cast, fire-polished

K E L LY O D E L L G L A S S . C O M SCHANT Z G ALLERIES

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SCHANT ZG ALLERIES.COM

TONY SORGENFREI

$2,100

Caracara 3 ½ x 22 ½ x 2 in. Signed, 2016 Solid sculpted glass

I N S TA G R A M: @ T O N Y G L A S S A R T

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IRA LUJAN

$ 3,500

Buffalo Jar 13 x 5 x 5 in. Signed, 2018 Blown, sculpted, sandcarved glass

FA U S T G A L L E R Y

223

FA U S T G A L L E R Y. C O M

BRIANNA GLUSZAK

$750

Object #6 7 ¼ x 10 ½ x 9 in. Signed, 2018 Blown, coldworked glass, laminated wood

BRIANNAGLUSZ AK.COM

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224

LESLIE ROWE-ISRAELSON

$1,000

Vitriblow 7 x 7 x 7 in. Signed, 2018 Kiln-formed, blown glass

T WINVISION.FUSEDGL ASSARTISTS.COM CANADA HOUSE G ALLERY

225

CANADAHOUSE.COM

KENNETH GONZALES

$ 3,500

Ridgid 14 x 7 x 4 in. Signed, 2016 Handblown, hand-carved glass

MA DOR AN G ALLERY

226

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

MORGAN GILBREATH

$ 4,500

Covering (Tapestry) 34 x 21 x 2 in. Signed, 2018 Philadelphia street glass, carpet

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

227

ELI CECIL AND NIKOLAI MORSE

$ 6,000

A Moment in Time 28 x 14 ½ x 10 in. Signed, 2018 Solid sculpted glass, blown glass

E L I C E C I L A R T. C O M DUNCAN MC CLELL AN G ALLERY

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DMGL ASS.COM


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LEIGH CLAIRE LE BERGE, $ 3,200 CAROLINE WOOLARD, AND PENELOPE RAKOV Untitled 18 x 9 x 9 in. 2018 Blown glass with murrine, created at Pilchuck with gaffers Jason Christian and Daryl Smith

P E N E L O P E R A K O V. C O M

CAROLINE WOOL ARD.COM

L E I G H C L A I R E - L A B E R G E . S Q U A R E S PA C E . C O M

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ROSIE DANIEL

$ 800

Sagittario 6 x 15 x 15 in. Signed, 2018 Sandcast, sand-carved glass

R O S I E D A N I E L- A R T. C O M V E T R I G L A S S

230

RASMUS NOSSBRING

VE TRIGL ASS.COM

$2,500

Trust (Hideout) 28 x 11 x 11 in. Signed, 2017 Blown, solid sculpted glass

R ASMUSNOSSBRING.COM

231

VERNON BREJCHA

$10,000

Prairie Post 31 x 12 x 7 in. Signed, 2009 Solid sculpted glass

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

ADAM BURGES

$ 3,000

Spunny Day

HONORABLE MENTION

24 x 12 x ¼ in. Signed, 2015 Kiln-formed murrine glass

I N S TA G R A M: @A D A M B U R G E S G L A S S

233

PIETRO AND RICCARDO FERRO

$ 6,400

Untitled 21 x 11 x 9 in. Signed Blown, coldworked glass

234

LAURA GOODWIN

$ 4,600

Barca Grappa 6 ¾ x 23 x 2 ¾ in. Signed, 2018 Blown, solid sculpted glass

G L O B A L F I N E A R T

235

ABRAM DESLAURIERS

Depart, yet again 36 x 24 x 8 in. 2018 Glass, rubber

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G L O B E F I N E A R T. C O M

$ 3,185


236

TYLER DIESENBERG

$2,000

Cognitive Dissonance 18 x 16 x 19 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass, metal

T YLERDIESENBERG.COM

237

LINDA DIEC

$750

Study #12 18 x 28 x 3 in. Signed, 2018 Glass, cold construction

L I N D AT D I E C . C O M

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KIM HARTY

$1,000

Old Venetian Glass, Plate 21 25 x 19 x 1 ½ in. Signed, 2013 Digital print, framed

K I M H A R T Y. C O M

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LANCELOT S. FRASER

$1,500

Gols Gesture Bottle 27 x 10 x 8 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass

LSFR ASERGL ASS.COM

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240

IAN RUSSELL-MCCOY

$200

exposition of class in salt 28 x 12 x 12 in. 2018 Ceramic, blown glass, multimedia

241

CHELSEA JEAN BLACK

$2,500

Walking with the Divine Feminine 30 x 10 x 1 in. 2018 Stained glass

242

ADAM COHEN AND COURTNEY BOYD

$750

Trash Mary Keep On Burnin’ 14 x 6 x 6 in. Signed, 2018 Blown glass, fused glass, polyurethane, silicone, plaster, epoxy, JB weld, various pigments

C O R T N E Y B O Y D . C O M

243

I N S TA G R A M: @ S A L LY D O N U T S

MORGAN MADISON

Some Place Else VI 8 x 12 x 1 in. Signed, 2018 Kiln-formed, powder printed, coldworked glass

M O R G A N VA N M A D I S O N . C O M

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$ 425


244

KEVIN BOYLAN

$ 990

Wonder vs. Worry 5 x 12 x 5 in. Signed, 2011 Glass, steel, paper

KE VINBOYL ANGL ASS.COM

245

JANE COOK

$ 5,000

Eclipse Tarot Reading, Pilchuck 2017 34 x 26 x 1 in. Signed, 2018 Pyrography: stainless steel marked by molten glass

JANECOOK.ORG

246

JIEUN YOON

$1,200

Nov. 13th, 2017 9 ½ x 9 ½ x 1 ½ in. Signed, 2017 Pâte de verre, kiln-formed glass

JIEUNYOON.COM

247

RYAN LEBOW

$1,000

Patrick 20 x 16 x 6 in. 2015 Flattened glass cylinder photo panel

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248

STEVE FUNK

$ 3,000

Italian inspiration 10 x 27 x 7 in. 2014 Blown glass

F U N K Y- G L A S S . C O M

249

ALEXIS SILK

$ 8,500

Transparent Suspense 35 ½ x 17 ½ x 8 in. Signed, 2018 Blown, sculpted glass, steel

ALE XISSILK.COM

250

SHUNJI OMURA

$ 4,500

Ripple 2 x 28 x 28 in. Signed, 2017 Blown glass

OMUR A-GL AS S.COM

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AUSTIN ART PROJECTS IS PLEASED TO SUPPORT

THE PILCHUCK GLASS SCHOOL AND THANKS TO ALL THE ARTISTS FOR THEIR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS

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TOOTS ZYNSKY

Altea, 2015 10 3/4 x 15 7/8 x 15 5/8 inches 27.5 x 41 x 39.75 cm translation from Italian: Marshland Mallow (botanical)

KAUAI/PALM DESERT RING (760) 895-8658 TYPE info@austinartprojects.com SURF www.austinartprojects.com


Puesta de Sol, 2018 84 x 24 x 24 inches

THERMAN STATOM

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family, 2018 96 x 72 inches glass on canvas on panel

DAVID WILLIS REPRESENTED BY

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GINNY RUFFNER

Altea, 2015 10 3/4 x 15 7/8 x 15 5/8 inches 27.5 x 41 xTornado 39.75 cm Giggling translation Italian: 20 3/4 x 20 1/2from x 19 1/2 inches Marshlandglass Mallow Lampworked and(botanical) mixed media

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Voyager: Steve Jensen

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OCTOBER 4 – NOVEMBER 3, 2018

Free admission

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The 2017 Pilchuck Glass School Emerging Artists in Residence

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Join the GAS Community in St. Petersburg, Florida Charting a Course: Visions of Glass March 28-30, 2019 The 48Th AnnuAl GAS ConferenCe will explore future directions in glass as well as the burgeoning arts scene of St. Petersburg and the Florida Gulf Coast from Sarasota to Tampa. Join us as we come together to celebrate glass in a vibrant arts community famous for its warm weather and white sandy beaches. Sun—Glass—St. Pete!

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Experience this unique exhibition combining art, storytelling, music, lighting, and encounter.

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THIS COMMUNITY HAS A GRAVITATIONAL PULL LIKE NOWHERE ELSE AND I LOVE BEING A PART OF IT. J A C O B W. Summer Sta f f, Ses s ion 5, 2018


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 Steve Funk, Secretary John R. Price, Treasurer David Austin Sanford M. Baklor Michael Bernstein Cassandria Blackmore Alix Cannon Leslie Jackson Chihuly Adam Cohen Anthony Cole Fritz Dreisbach Jen Elek

Phillip Gross Sharon Huling Thomas Kasten Steve Klein Randy Lert Maria C. Mackey Roger MacPherson Carol Maione Dante Marioni Larry Marks Benjamin Moore Barry Morse Christina Orr-Cahall Fay Hauberg Page Steven Pinsky

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

Tina Aufiero, Artistic Director Christopher Taylor, Executive Director Lydia Boss, Exhibition Assistant Diane Buckley, Director of Finance Abram Deslauriers, Operations Supervisor Tyler Gordon, Studio Technician Juliene Gschwend, Accountant Heather Loebe, Database Coordinator Pollyanna Manning, Marketing Manager Lauren Mercurio, Director of Development

John Price Dorothy Saxe R. Bryce Seidl Larry Sheer Preston Singletary Therman Statom Ethan Stern Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend Joan Stonecipher April Surgent John Underwood David Willis Richard Wortley

AU C T I O N S TA F F

Michael Oaks, Administrative Coordinator Justin Parisi-Smith, Facilities Manager Kerry Schmidt, Buildings & Grounds Coordinator Sara Sloyer, Development Manager Megan Smith, Campus Operations Assistant & Supply Coordinator Ethan Stern, Deputy Director Kate Wilhelmi, Education Coordinator Lisa Young, Registrar

Kiley Branson, Special Events Manager Alex Gibson, Lead Art Handler Courtney Jette, Art Handler Caroline Le, Graphic Designer Ben Lerman, Art Photographer Rob Schubel, Event Videographer Paul Vu, Event Photographer

THIS PLACE HAS SO MUCH MAGIC, IMPACT, AND INFLUENCE ON MY LIFE AND WORK. OPIE H. S tu de n t, Ses s ion 5, 2 018

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

Anonymous 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

Judith Cushman-Quick and Bob Quick 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 206.254.1962.

2017-2018 L E A D E R S H IP C IR C L E

Anonymous Chap and Eve Alvord Elias and Karyl Alvord David Austin and Cia Pierpont Sanford M. Baklor and Arlene Kaufman Patricia and Jimmy Barrier Michael and Leslie Bernstein Lyn and David Bishop Susan Brotman Nancy Callan Kent and Sandra Carlson Dale Chihuly and Leslie Jackson Chihuly Michele and Martin Cohen Anthony Cole and Zoe Schulman Judith Cushman-Quick and Bob Quick Kirk and Elizabeth Day Richard Dell Steve and Kathy Dewalt Lewis and Susan Edelheit Linda and Bert Fornaciari Steven and Marsha Funk Katharyn Alvord Gerlich

Deb and John Gross Phillip and Michelle Gross Estate of Anne Gould Hauberg Sue Hauberg Ditmar Hoerl Sharon and Steve Huling George Kaiser David A. Kaplan and Glenn A. Ostergaard Thomas and Kendra Kasten Steve and Diana Klein Leonard and Norma Klorfine Stephen J. Kutz and Courtney Womack Jeff and Katrina Lehman Randy and Joyce Lert Maria C. Mackey Gary and Cecelia MacPherson Roger and Nancy MacPherson Carol Maione and Brian Marks Larry Marks Estate of Darle and Pat Maveety Beth McCaw and Yahn Bernier Pamela Merriman and Sonja Ross

Robert Minkoff Barry Morse and Candice ConnellMorse Tim Noonan and Jarick Huliganga Christina Orr-Cahall Fay Hauberg Page and Nathaniel Page Michele and Kyle Peltonen Jan and Mike Peters Steven and Babette Pinsky David Pollart John and Joyce Price Dana Reid Chris Rifkin Bonita Roche Lawrence Sadkin Dorothy Saxe Ron and Sharon Selset Larry and Randy Sheer Sue and Martin Solomon Amy and Michael Stonecipher Joan W. Stonecipher William and Gail Weyerhaeuser Richard and Barbara Wortley

2017-2018 CORPORATE SUPPORT

2017-2018 FOUNDATION & NONPROFIT SUPPORT

Austin Art Projects Chihuly Garden and Glass Chihuly Studio Suburban Propane Westbank Corporation Wet Dog Glass LLC

Arizona Glass Alliance Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass Corning Incorporated Foundation The Craft School Experience glassybaby white light fund John and Robyn Horn Foundation The Klorfine Foundation Jean K. Lafromboise Foundation

Maurer Family Foundation Robert M. Minkoff Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians Washington State Arts Commission Washington Women’s Foundation

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THANK YOU TO OUR SUPP OR TER S

2017-2018 A N N UA L F U N D C O N T R IB U T O R S $1,000 - $2,499 John and Linda Anderson Richard and Lon Behr Barbara and Peter Benedek Diane J. Buckley Douglas Cusick and Dariusz Kaliszuk Justin and Delaney Dechant Frank Douglas Peter and Melissa Evans Diane Farber Joseph F. Filomena Linda and Terr y Finn William Goldberg Mar y Lu and Taylor Hawes Phillip and Ef fie Jacobson Sharon Karmazin Sabrina Knowles and Jenny Pohlman Fraeda Kopman Jon and Judith Liebman Flora Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick Peter and Stephanie Maurer John “Jerr y” O’Lear y Lor yn W. and Ryan Peterson Helene and Brian Reed Cher yl and Steven Rosen Norman B. and Elisabeth Sandler Roberta Z. Sarnof f Michael Scott and Cullen Brady Katherine J. and Fred Seel R. Br yce and Chris Seidl John and Katherine Simpson Glenda and Joseph Stonecipher Sharad and Anita Sundaresan John and Ann Underwood Patricia Wallace and Ciro Pascale Chris Weber Jane and Robert Willis Brian and Kathy Wolfe Nicole and Jef f Wortley $500 - $999 Dale Bloomquist and Heidi Horwitz William B. and Ann Burstiner Susan and Eric Clise Andy and Juli Cook Corinne and Doug Cowan Andrew Cukurs Amy Dedoyard Frank E. Everett Sharon and Art Freas

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Sandy and Robert Gannan Susan Glass and Arni Thorsteinson Eileen Glasser Wesley and Mark Wesley Julie and Jef f Guillot Ken and Nancy Keiter Christiane Laakmann Leanne Madre Natalie Mall and Kent Olmstead Heather and Michael Mathieson Patr yk Ozga Frank L. Pape Merigold B. Paul Barbara Phillips Warren and Barbara Poole Greg and Megan Pursell Scott Rabinowitz and Staci Snyder Pavel Rozalski and Lana Makhanik Lois Schnitzer Bernice Somberg Neil Sosin Ronald Stern and Elisse Walter Gordon and Janet Vehar Lauren Waldstein Mercurio and Nicholas Mercurio Mark Zirpel and Tina Aufiero Up to $499 Anonymous Fabiana Acosta Domini Alteri Marger y Aronson Kim Atkinson Grace Baker Patricia Bako Kim Barlond Sybil L. Barney Margo Beaver Anita Bechtel Amy D. Becke Darr yl Berr y Mark and Mar y Anne Bewsher Cassandria and Jon Blackmore Beth Blosten and Tom Linder Lars Boman Thomas Bosworth Robin Boyer Bruce Bradburn and Meg Holgate Phelan and Fay Bright Michael Brooks Mathilde Brown Swanson and Richard Swanson

Cynthia S. Burke Frederick Burke Carol Camiener Michael and Ann Candido Stefano Catalani Tyler Cox Ron and Susan Crowell Nancy Current Pat De Caro Samantha DeLuna Keith Dougall Barbara and Dennis DuBois Emily Eason Jason and Sasha Elliott Kate Elliott Candy Filer Becky Forland Dana Foster Susan Frank Barr y Friedberg Carole Fuller Sharlene Galper Gar y Gibson and Janell deVarona Michael Glancy Bruce Golden and Michelle Mercer Leslie Goldstein Laura B. Gowen Paul Grace David and Deborah Green Kenneth N. Greenberg Alan Harlan Dian Hartono Gerrit and Muriel Henr y Eileen Herbert Burton and Libby Hof fman Donna Howard Alan Hsieh Tod F. Huey C. David Hughbanks Deborah and Jon Hunter Joel Ivey and Sheyrl Murdock Carolyn Keck Karin Kidder Valerie Y. O. Kim Valerie Kind Jef frey and Rebecca Knight Nancy C. Knox Lindsay Lagreid Eva Laverty-Wilson Veronica Lawlor Jen Lee Adele and Leonard Leight


2017-2018 A N N UA L F U N D C O N T R IB U T O R S Marjorie Lev y and Larr y Lancaster Len Lewicki Susan Longini Jordan Louie Carole and Robert Lycett-Dent Donna MacMillan Matt Marshall Dylan B. Martinez Joe McCarthy and Pamela Maf fei McCarthy Turi McKinley Craig A. Merriman Jackie A. and Rodney K. Mild Lau Dani Montague Kenneth W. Moon Benjamin P. and Debora Moore Erin Moore and Fritz Stahr Tif fany Moss Kristin Nelson Erika Nesholm John and Carla Nichols Lenora O’Connell Balda and John Balda Tina Oldknow and Peter Herzberg Sean R. O’Neill Ryan Matthew Porter Candace Pratt Melissa and Christopher Prock Walt and Patricia Riehl

Dena E. Rigby Maria H. Rios Carl Robinson Shelley Robinson Julia Rome Robin Rosen and Peter Marks Leslie A. Rowe-Israelson Selena Rushton Yoshiko Saheki Karuna C. Santoro Julie and Jef f Schoenfeld Christopher Simmons Diane Simpson Matt and Wendy Simpson Joy and Bruce Smith Jennifer and William L. Snelgrove Henr y A. Sowizral and Renee Fondacaro Teresa Soza Jan and Bud Spangler Alexandra M. Stanyon and Scott Anderson Lisa Stef fensen-Gamrath and David Gamrath Ethan Stern and Amanda McDonald Stern Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend and Richard Amend Richard A. Stone

Wayne Strattman April Surgent and Zak Hinder yck x Robert E. Swain Diane F. Tang Anne E. Taylor Christopher R. Taylor Barbara E. Thomas John Thomas Tricia Tiano and Kent Mettler Camille Utterback Jill Veldman and Gordon Luf t Jenny Wang Patricia Watkinson Lawrence and Idell Weisberg Myra and Harold Weiss Steve White and Laurel Schultz Jeannette and Brent Whiteman Christi Whitten David Willis Charles and Ann Wimpfheimer Flora and John Wunder Yuan Yin Ryuhei Yokokawa Charles Zachau Mark H. and Karen L. Zorensky

IT MEANS SO MUCH TO ME TO SPEND ANY LENGTH OF TIME HERE ON THIS BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS.THE AMAZINGLY TALENTED TEACHERS, INCREDIBLE FACILITIES, AND OTHER EXTREMELY HARD-WORKING ARTISTS HERE INSPIRE ME SO MUCH. B E I TA M . S tuden t , Ses s ion 3, 2018

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Collin Bampton Alicia Craft John Dillard Leckie Gassman

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

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Jimmy Anderegg Charles Cohan Alex Gibson Kelvin Mason Shandra McLane Hannah Marie Smith

Victoria Ahmadizadeh Allyssa Burch Su-yeon Kim

T E A C H IN G A S S I S TA N T S

Aaron Baigelman Cat Burns Brandyn Callahan Andrew Certo Adam Childress Jim Clark Sarah Cohen Phil Davis Ross Delano Darin Denison Ruby Dorchester Noam Dover Amos Dudley Kagen Dunn Louise Erskine Zack Espinoza Ali Feeney Isaac Feuerman Shannon Floyd David Fox Patrick Forrestal Alexandra Fresch Ellie Gagner A R T I S T A S S I S TA N T S

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Deborah Adler Courtney Branam Danielle Brensinger Jason Christian Patricia Davidson Ben Edols Joe Grant Dante Marioni DH McNabb Morgan Peterson Daryl Smith Kazuki Takizawa

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Taylor Hallman David Harada Angus Harden Benny Hill Colton Hodges Moira Holbrook Paul Humble Matt Jacob Peter Jacobsen Mike Jess Fred Kahl Russ Katto Jessica Khalil Madeline King Ally Klopp Sophie Krauza Malcolm Kriegel Alan Liebherr Sonja London-Hall Rob Lutz Felicity Machado Zachariah Magee Lindsy Marshall Rachel McCabe Dawn McCord Max Meyer Yaron Meyer Michael Migliorini Lauren Miller Will Miller Mick Mink Sophia Mitropoulos Paige Morris Erin Murdock Jason Murphy Meg Myers Andrew Najarian Hunter Naramore Tate Newfield Rasmus Nossbring Kayla Ohlmer Christain Oiticica

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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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ARTISTS

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ARTISTS

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Ahmadizadeh, Victoria

115

35

Csakany, Jared

208

52

Al-Dhaher, Sabah

114

35

Curtin, Sarah

126

38

Allan, Jill

140

42

Daniel, Rosie

229

57

Alland, Julie

127

38

Davidson, Patricia

133

40

Allison, Leah

146

43

Deslauriers, Abram

235

58

Altman, Lynne-Rachel (LR)

101

32

Diec, Linda

118, 237

36, 59

Amend, Wyatt

30

22

Diesenberg, Tyler

236

59

Anderegg, Jimmy

200

50

Dodd, Courtney

159

46

Baigelman, Aaron

116

36

Donefer, Laura

42

26

Ballard, Jeff

128

39

D'Onofrio, Bernie

206

51

Batchelar, Lewis

123

37

Dreisbach, Fritz

7

14

Beaucher, Jocelyn

148

44

Edols, Ben

5

13

Bert, Jeremy

29, 210

22, 52

Elek, Jen

29, 210

22, 52

Black, Chelsea Jean

241

60

Elliott, Kathy

5

13

Blackmore, Cassandria

23

19

Elliott, Jason

201

50

Blythe, Ryan

46

28

Evans, Micah

12

15

Boss, Lydia

214

53

Ferraro, Jeanne Marie

31

22

Bothwell, Christina

9

14

Ferro, Pietro

233

58

Bowker, Laura

136

41

Ferro, Riccardo

233

58

Boyd, Cortney

242

60

Foran, Jacob

207

51

Boylan, Kevin

244

61

Fraser, Lancelot S.

239

59

Brejcha, Vernon

231

57

Funk, Steve

248

62

Bruno, Roy

107

33

Gassman, Leckie

102

32

Burges, Adam

232

58

Gibson, Alex

137, 215

41, 53

Callahan, Brandyn

110

34

Gilbreath, Morgan

226

56

Campbell, Lee

106

33

Gillespie, Brian

125

38

Canlis, Jean-Pierre

44

27

Gluszak, Brianna

223

55

Cannon, Alix

21

18

Goldstein, Leslie

135

40

Carano Glass

141, 147

42, 43

Gonzales, Kenneth

113, 225

35, 56

Cecil, Eli

227

56

Goodwin, Laura

234

58

Chase, Cathy

155

45

Gray, Katherine

32

23

Cherchi, Pino

113

35

Harty, Kim

238

59

Chihuly, Dale

28

21

Hofmann, Christopher

105

33

Christian, Jason

25, 163, 228

20, 47, 57

Howard, Kelly

109

34

Cohen, Sarah

152

45

Huang, Ji

129

39

Cohen, Adam

162, 242

47, 60

Hude, Katrina

130

39

Cook, Jane

245

61

Jackson, Joy

120

37

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JaneckĂ˝, Martin

27

20

Merriman, Craig

121

37

Jensen, Steve

15

16

Meyers, Joel

202

50

Kasperzak, Brennan

41

26

Miyake, Takao

153

45

Kelly, Claire

4

13

Moore, Benjamin

17

17

Klein, Steve

22

19

Morse, Nikolai

227

56

Knowles, Sabrina

8

14

Newfield, Tate

119

36

La Berge, Leigh Claire

228

57

Nicely, Cody

219

54

Lamb, Emily

216

54

Nielsen, Fredrik

111

34

Lebow, Ryan

247

61

Norwitz, Grant and Justine

11

15

Levinson, Stacy

122

37

Nossbring, Rasmus

230

57

Litt, Iris

138

41

O'Dell, Kelly

220

55

Lo, Priscilla Kar Yee

124

38

Ogata, Kanami

204

51

Lujan, Ira

222

55

Oki, Aya

1

12

Mack, Jeff

42

26

Omura, Shunji

250

62

Madison, Morgan

243

60

Owen, Greg

131

39

Malcolm, Cheyenne

218

54

Pavlik, Matyas

13

16

Marioni, Paul

6

13

Pfohl, Jason

Marioni, Dante

45

27

108, 139, 142, 145, 150

34, 41, 42, 43, 44

Martinez, Dylan

2

12

Pohlman, Jenny

8

14

McCord, Dawn

112

35

Prowd, Madeline

123

37

McCord, Donna

157

46

Rakov, Penelope

163, 228

47, 57

McDonald Stern, Amanda

20

18

Rhoads, Kait

154, 212

45, 53

McKinley, Turi

156

46

Rogers, Brent

128

39

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Rose, Laurette

104

33

Stefรกnek, Martin

10

15

Rowe-Israelson, Leslie

224

56

Stelljes, Megan

100

32

Royal, Richard

26

20

Stern, Ethan

35

24

Ruffner, Ginny

39

25

Stern, Rob

47

28

Russell-McCoy, Ian

240

60

Stinsmuehlen-Amend, Susan

30

22

Saito, Daisuke

134

40

Suon, Phirak

110, 207

34, 51

Salvadore, Mattia and Marco

14

16

Surgent, April

33

23

Salvadore, Davide

43

27

Tagliapietra, Lino

19, 24

18, 19

Savage, Terry

103

32

Takizawa, Hiromi

48

28

Schmid, Edward

117

36

Tate, Tim

38

25

Schneider, Jeff

217

54

Thompson, Cappy

3

12

Sharp, Kim

158

46

Unson, C. Miguel

161

47

Sharp, Ben

203

50

Van Orden, Mieke Lily

143, 149

42, 44

Silk, Alexis

249

62

Vaughn, Sarah

205

51

Singletary, Preston

34

23

Weiss, Dick

3

12

Sircoulomb, Joe

160

47

White, Danny

132

40

Skibska, Anna

40, 144

25, 43

Woolard, Caroline

228

57

Skyriver, Raven

36

24

Yamano, Hiroshi

18

17

Smith, Daryl

46, 163, 228

28, 47, 57

Yoon, JiEun

246

61

Smith, Hannah Marie

213

53

Young, Kayleigh

209

52

Sorgenfrei, Tony

221

55

Zahniser, Cheryl

211

52

Stanyon, Alex

151

44

Zynsky, Toots

37

24

Statom, Therman

16

17

99


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