Anna Riley

  • Vitreous Flip, New York Recipe Material Dissection

    Vitreous Flip, New York Recipe Material Dissection

    Site-specific Glass, Ceramic Crucible. This recipe uses 75% sand, 15% sodium carbonate, and 10% limestone, harvested from Jones Beach, New York. 4.5”x 3.4”. 2015.

  • Vitreous Flip, Rhode Island Recipe Material Dissection

    Vitreous Flip, Rhode Island Recipe Material Dissection

    Site-specific Glass, Ceramic Crucible. This recipe uses 55% sand, 17.5% potash, 17.5% sodium carbonate, and 10% limestone, harvested from Bristol Beach, Rhode Island. 4.5”x 3.4”. 2015.

  • Vitreous Flip, New Jersey Recipe Material Dissection

    Vitreous Flip, New Jersey Recipe Material Dissection

    Site-specific Glass, Ceramic Crucible. This recipe uses 55% sand, 35% sodium carbonate and 10% limestone, harvested from Seaside Heights, New Jersey. 4.5”x 3.4”. 2015.

Anna Riley

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Anna Riley received her BFA in Glass from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work, be it conceptual, technical or experiential, emerges from a strong desire for material research. She operates in a range of mediums, from blown glass to the written word, with an occasional excursion into the realm of electronics and video. Her current research explores maker and material as psychologically and empathetically engaged. Anna lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.