• Element: Banded Strattite Cluster

    Element: Banded Strattite Cluster

    Glass, Clay, Polymer and Wool The glass crystals are made through fused strip-construction. The yellow spores are flame-worked beads. All of the parts are sewn into the felted wool core. 7”h x 6.5”w 2015

  • Element: Spotted Quartz Glass

    Element: Spotted Quartz Glass

    This is made of fused layers of sheet glass that is then carved. 4”h x 6”l x 4.5”w 2015

  • Rachel Rader

    Rachel Rader

Rachel Rader

  • Ceiling Prototype by Gustavo Crembil

    Ceiling Prototype by Gustavo Crembil

  • Ceiling Prototype by Gustavo Crembil

    Ceiling Prototype by Gustavo Crembil

  • Pseudospheric Operations

    Pseudospheric Operations

  • Tres Tetas

    Tres Tetas

  • The Pleasure Garden

    The Pleasure Garden

Gustavo Crembil

  • The Difference Between You and Me: Union Bridge

    The Difference Between You and Me: Union Bridge

    Layers of hand enameled and etched glass in lightbox, vintage frame. 24” x 28” x 6”/61 x 71.5 x 15. 2014

  • Scene of Death and Doubt

    Scene of Death and Doubt

    29 layers of enamelled glass, assembled in lightbox, collage. 42w x 31h x 29d cm/16.5" x 12" x 11.5". 2010

  • We Were All Wrong (The House on the Hill)

    We Were All Wrong (The House on the Hill)

    Layers of enamelled and etched glass in lightbox, vintage frame. 46.5w x 36.5h x 16d cm/18 x 14 x 6". 2011

Jeff Zimmer

  • 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

  • Dissociation 19

    Dissociation 19

    Acrylic on canvas. 8.75 x 6.5in. 2014

  • Dissociation 15

    Dissociation 15

    Acrylic on canvas. 10.5 x 8.5 x 6in. 2014

  • Dissociation 17

    Dissociation 17

    Acrylic on canvas. 8.5 x 6.5in. 2014

Helena Parriott

  • “Cities: Departure and Deviation (Atlanta through Los Angeles)”

    “Cities: Departure and Deviation (Atlanta through Los Angeles)”

    Blown glass and vinyl cut drawings, (installation detail). dimensions variable, 2011

  • “Cities: Departure and Deviation (Indianapolis and Los Angeles)”

    “Cities: Departure and Deviation (Indianapolis and Los Angeles)”

    Blown glass and vinyl cut drawings, (installation detail) dimensions variable, 2011

  • “Mining Industries: Boston,”

    “Mining Industries: Boston,”

    Kilncast glass/rapid prototyped pattern and fabricated steel (installation view). dimensions variable, 2015

Norwood Viviano