Paperweight Gather: A Virtual Event

May 16, 2020 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Join us for a virtual event! On Saturday, May 16, the AG Paperweight Shop at WheatonArts will celebrate the art of the paperweight with an online event featuring virtual demonstrations, studio tours, and videos.

The day-long event will begin at 11 a.m. and end with a live pulling of the 8th Great Paperweight Raffle winners at 5 p.m. The scheduled times* for each artist are posted below. You will be able to participate by submitting get-to-know-the-artist questions. To register for this virtual event, click the red registration button. For Paperweight Raffle previews and ticket information, Click Here! 

Paul Stankard, Floating Figures and Flowers Orb
Alison Ruzsa, Autumn Walk

In addition to the above artists, will be exhibiting work from:

John and Craig Deacons
Drew Ebelhare and Sue Fox
Don Friel
Eric Hansen
Damon MacNaught
Ken Rosenfeld
Alison Ruzsa
Victor Trabucco

Much of this work will only be available during this short window of time on Sales support both Paperweight Artists and WheatonArts!

Enjoy a 10% discount (WheatonArts Members 20%) on your entire purchase made during the weekend of May 16 and 17, 2020. The first ten people to purchase $100 or more will receive a free WheatonArts Eco Shopper. 

Ken Rosenfeld, Scramble

Ken Rosenfeld, Scramble

Topic: Paperweight Gather: A Virtual Event
When: May 16, 2020, 11 a.m. Eastern Time (U.S. and Canada)

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Attendance is limited to 500 participants. Participants may join the webinar (and rejoin) at any time! There will be a break between presentations in the afternoon. *Please keep in mind that we may run a little behind schedule. We will try to keep it under 15 minutes. Regardless, the afternoon sessions will start at 2:45 p.m.

David Graeber, Lotus Plaque with Honey Bees
Melissa Ayotte, Watchful Eye
Cathy Richardson, Engraved Tropical Frog II, Collaboration with Colin Richardson

Top images: Mayauel Ward, Lampwork Bouquet Cube Sculpture 1; Close up of Paul Stankard flameworking a root person.