Jeremy Griffith

Murphysboro, IL

By focusing on the transparency and fluidity of molten glass, I create work that represents the look and feeling of what the glass is like when it is hot. Scale, color, balance and motion are always considered.
You will be redirected to this artist’s online store. Transactions, communications and shipping arrangements are the sole responsibility of the artist and buyer.

John Gilvey

Beacon, NY

We make functional and sculptural hand cast pieces that have architectural and organic fluidity of form in thirteen brilliant colors. We use ancient processes with updated techniques to create classic yet contemporary objects. Each mold is a hand carved design. All our work is available in a Beach or Jewel finish. We also design and make hand blown drink ware in a palette of five colors.
You will be redirected to this artist’s online store. Transactions, communications and shipping arrangements are the sole responsibility of the artist and buyer.

Michael Schunke & Josie Gluck

WEST GROVE, PA

Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck collaborate to craft contemporary hand-blown glass designs and one-of-a-kind art objects. From consistent multiples to unique sculptural pieces, their work displays brilliant color combinations, meticulous craftsmanship and a creative approach to form.
You will be redirected to this artist’s online store. Transactions, communications and shipping arrangements are the sole responsibility of the artist and buyer.

Alex Fekete

COUDERSPORT, PA

Glass can fascinate by the ability to contain light and reverse plasticity. Optical transparency, translucency and inner glow, needless to say broad expressive potential and bottomless variety of forms arising from its fluidity leave not much to be desired. What may have been seen as counterintuitive in the early days of my exploits, thick walls and absence of color gained acceptance through obsessive pursuit of the Form. Focus on Form has been so absorbing as to leave some unique qualities associated with glass, brilliant colors and shine especially, past the horizons of interest. Resulting objects are abstract, visually balanced, delineated by minimal representation of form and volumes. The use of negative space and precarious placement of pebbles imply visual tension. Frequently employed techniques are glass blowing, cutting, carving, sandblasting and spot polishing. Rooted in sketching, ensuing exploration is direct – most mishaps end up back in furnace.
You will be redirected to this artist’s online store. Transactions, communications and shipping arrangements are the sole responsibility of the artist and buyer.

Anna Boothe

ZIEGLERVILLE, PA

All works are constructed of glass elements, kiln-cast via the lost-wax casting technique from lead crystal that has been ground and polished to a variety of surface finishes. Most of the segments are first hand-carved in wax; some are directly cast from botanicals. All works are visually cohesive with regard to palette, scale, finish and subject matter. Many of the objects feature the hand motif as it ubiquitously represents a cross-cultural human tool of communication through symbolic gestures of friendship, generosity, holding, letting go, etc. The non-functional decorative works combine elements from the other objects, and comport visually and conceptually.
You will be redirected to this artist’s online store. Transactions, communications and shipping arrangements are the sole responsibility of the artist and buyer.

5 Wedding Gifts Recipients Will Remember for a Lifetime

Despite wedding registry websites, anyone who’s been to a wedding recently will tell you finding that elusive perfect wedding gift is still tricky. Selecting an item that will forever remind them of your thoughtfulness is not a task to take lightly. We’ve compiled five memorable wedding gifts that will satisfy a couple’s basic needs in starting their life together.

RAJ KOMMINENI

ACTON. NA

Lampworked glass marbles, paperweights, and pendants. I use a propane and oxygen torch to melt glass. Using a variety of tools and gravity to shape and form glass. Many of the colors in my pieces are created using fuming with fine gold and silver.
You will be redirected to this artist’s online store. Transactions, communications and shipping arrangements are the sole responsibility of the artist and buyer.

WARNER WHITFIELD

OCALA, FL

We are working with molten borosilicate glass and fire creating original sculptural forms that are inspired by nature and movement and designed with the goal of capturing movement, light and simplistic flowing forms. The sculptures are mounted into solid wood bases. All sculptures are originals
You will be redirected to this artist’s online store. Transactions, communications and shipping arrangements are the sole responsibility of the artist and buyer.

BOYD SUGIKI & LISA ZERKOWITZ

SEATTLE, WA

We are a husband and wife team who met as graduate students at the Rhode Island School of Design and produce work collaboratively. The work we create blends contemporary design with a nod to the past. We strive to produce hand blown glass objects that are both bold and unique, and hope that people will enjoy them each day, as if every day marks a special occasion.
You will be redirected to this artist’s online store. Transactions, communications and shipping arrangements are the sole responsibility of the artist and buyer.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Glass
© 2002 - 2020 Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. All rights reserved.
Privacy | Copyright

The Women's Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
P.O. Box 7646
Philadelphia, PA 19101-7646
Phone: (215) 684-7930
E-mail twcpma@philamuseum.org

Subscribe to our eNews