Erica Rosenfeld, a freelance glassmaker and member of the “Burnt Asphalt Family,” teaches glass fusing and roll-ups at glass studios and craft institutions, including The Studio and UrbanGlass. She has assisted Klaus Moje and has studied with Scott Chaseling and Kirstie Rea.
She used her October 2010 residency to focus on a labor-intensive body of work involving multiple processes. The resulting installations included narrative glass tapestries and found objects that “tell stories about people and the rituals they create to uphold traditions and to form community and family.”
Her work has been shown at the Museum of Arts and Design, SOFA New York, and other galleries throughout the United States as well as internationally. Her work has been featured in New Glass Review, Glass Magazine, New York Magazine and Glashaus. She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.