recognized at prestigious museums and galleries and has been an educator in glass. Well versed in traditional forms of glass and contemporary styles, Harmon has instructed on 3D design and glassblowing at Pilchuck, Corning Museum of Glass, the University of Arts, and many more renowned institutions. Harmon was also a member of the first Creative Glass fellowship group in 1983 and participated again in 1988. He is a frequent visitor, demonstrating in the WheatonArts Glass Studio for special events and has exhibited works in the Museum of American Glass.
Harmon’s work, Money Piece, is a three-piece mixed media artwork. Harmon created a cylindrical glass piece with a textured surface of 3D squares. Accompanying two prints were created by rolling the still hot blown glass cylinder piece onto a damp piece of watercolor paper, burning in the square texture into the surface.