WheatonArts Blog

Richard Marquis
Mr. Marquis has been working with glass since before the Beatles broke up. He studied at the University of California [...]  0
Robert and Sarah Beck
Sarah Max Beck's body of work builds on and explores symbiotic, closed-loop human nutrient systems; redefining waste as a resource; [...]  0
Zac Weinberg
Zac Weinberg’s projects address the systems by which we interpret and allocate status to objects. His glass and mixed media [...]  0
A Garden of Quilts
‘A GARDEN OF QUILTS’ BIENNIAL SHOW HOSTED AT WHEATONARTS    MILLVILLE, NJ (February 23, 2018) – Wheaton Arts and Cultural [...]  0
MUSEUM AWARDED FOR “EMANATION”
MUSEUM OF AMERICAN GLASS RECEIVED AACG’S 2017 ANNUAL AWARD MILLVILLE, NJ (October 18, 2017) – The Museum of American Glass [...]  0
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  • Emily Brown

    Emily Brown

    Longtime Philadelphia artist and painter Emily Brown was invited to explore painting on glass as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project at WheatonArts. Here WheatonArts Glass Studio Floor Manager Skitch Manion hand makes a glass cylinder for Emily Brown to use as a “canvas” for her painting.

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    Emily Brown

    Longtime Philadelphia artist and painter Emily Brown was invited to explore painting on glass as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project at WheatonArts. This image from her studio at WheatonArts shows one technique she used to layout the imagery to be painted onto the hand-made glass cylinder.

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    Emily Brown

    Longtime Philadelphia artist and painter Emily Brown was invited to explore painting on glass as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project at WheatonArts. Here she reviews a cylinder coming out of an annealing oven in the WheatonArts Glass Studio, which heats the piece to fuse the enamel paint to the glass.

  • Emily Brown

    Emily Brown

    Longtime Philadelphia artist and painter Emily Brown was invited to explore painting on glass as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project at WheatonArts. Here she is in her studio at WheatonArts, applying enamel to a hand-made glass cylinder.

  • Emily Brown

    Emily Brown

    Longtime Philadelphia artist and painter Emily Brown was invited to explore painting on glass as part of the Emanation 2017 iresidency and exhibition project at WheatonArts. Here she is in her studio at WheatonArts, applying enamel to a hand-made glass cylinder.

  • Emily Brown Detail

    Emily Brown Detail

    Sycamore, Emily Brown, 2017, enamel on glass, created as part of the Emanation 2017 invitational residency and exhibition project at WheatonArts.

  • Vanessa German

    Vanessa German

    Visual and performance artist Vanessa German from the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Homewood was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here she is in her studio at WheatonArts, creating the base of one of her power figures.

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    Vanessa German

    Visual and performance artist Vanessa German from the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Homewood was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here she is in her studio at WheatonArts, attaching hand-made glass prayer beads to one of her power figures.

  • Vanessa German

    Vanessa German

    Visual and performance artist Vanessa German from the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Homewood was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. She utilizes found objects in her work and is seen here sorting through blue bottles for incorporation into one of her power figures.

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    Vanessa German

    Vanessa German standing with one of her power figures.

  • Vanessa German

    Vanessa German

    Visual and performance artist Vanessa German from the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Homewood was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here WheatonArts Glass Studio Floor Manager Skitch Manion hand makes a glass prayer bead for Vanessa German to incorporate into one of her power figures.

  • Vanessa German Detail

    Vanessa German Detail

    Detail of a power figure in the installation visual and performance artist Vanessa German created as part of the Emanation 2017 invitational residency and exhibition project at WheatonArts.

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    Vanessa German Detail

    Detail of a power figure in the installation visual and performance artist Vanessa German created as part of the Emanation 2017 invitational residency and exhibition project at WheatonArts.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation with Studio Floor Manager Skitch Manion and resident artist Madeline Almeida.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio sketching an image of a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation with resident artist Madeline Almeida.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation with Studio Floor Manager Skitch Manion and resident artist Madeline Almeida.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation with Studio Floor Manager Skitch Manion.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation with Studio Floor Manager Skitch Manion.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation with Studio Floor Manager Skitch Manion and intern Kate Crankshaw.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation.

  • Therman Statom Working Shots

    Therman Statom Working Shots

    Artist Therman Statom, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, was invited to participate in the WheatonArts art making community as part of the Emanation 2017 residency and exhibition project. Here he is seen in the WheatonArts Glass studio working on a hand-blown glass face jug for his installation.

  • Therman Statom

    Therman Statom

    Therman Statom Headshot.