I never was the kind of artist who wanted to keep making variations of the same work over and over, striving instead to always work on distinct projects that span a variety of styles, media and executions. As a young artist in 1986, I was greatly influenced by an exhibition at the New Museum, Choices: Making […]Read More Digital Bankruptcy, the Path to Happiness & Light!
I’m pleased to announce that I have been awarded two high profile glass residencies in 2018! Both the Corning Museum of Glass and the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington have awarded me residencies to make a new body of work about light. Based off a series of pieces I made at the Pilchuck Glass School […]Read More Lumia: The Art of Light (and Glass)
There’s only a few weeks until my class TaDDDaa!, which covers a range of digital processes for glass casting at the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood Washington and there’s still a couple slots available! Session 2 runs May 30-June 17. The course will combine a 3D modeling, scanning and 3D printing/CNC routing track with a physical track […]Read More Come Learn 3D Modeling, Scanning, Printing & Glass Casting with me at Pilchuck in June!
I spent much of 2015 taking a year long flexible fellowship at Wheaton Arts’ Creative Glass Center of America developing ways to cast glass from computer generated sculptural forms and wanted to take some time to share these learnings. I worked extensively with glass many years ago but now create most of my art with 3D scanning and […]Read More Explorations of Processes for Digitally Created Glass Castings
I’ve just completed two weeks as a visiing artist at the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. It’s been 21 years since I have been here and I’m happy to say that Artistic Director Tina Aufiero is doing a great job of pushing the school forward into the 21st century while maintaining the atmosphere of […]Read More Greetings From Pilchuck!