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Margaret Neher began working with glass in 1984. A seven-time NICHE award finalist, and two-time winner, she is best known for her finely detailed orchids that are prized by orchid growers for their realism, and have been said to “capture the soul” of the orchid.

Gerry Newcomb creates sculpture and kiln cast glass in his Seattle studio. In 1996, he received a fellowship from the Creative Glass Center in Wheaton Village and a grant from the Washington State Arts Commission.

Catharine Newell (Photo by Cary Newell)

Catharine Newell, recognized for her distinctive figurative work using glass powders, exhibits her unique approach to kiln working internationally.  An ardent educator, Newell’s teaching history includes Master classes at Pilchuck Glass School, North Lands Glass and Corning, as well as venues...

Working with layers of fine colored-glass powders, Jo Newman builds up subtle glass surfaces that are enhanced by the inherent luminosity of the glass. Her recent series of drawings and prints aim to capture the rhythm and spirit of a landscape, or the fragility of a feather. This has led her to a...

Pavel Novak

Pavel Novak was born in the Czech Republic. There, he trained as a cold worker and was employed at the Glass School in Novy Bor, where he taught cold working techniques. Novak immigrated to the United States in 2000, and currently lives and works in New Jersey where he makes his line of jewelry and...

Petr Novotny

Petr Novotny studied glass manufacturing and glass technology at Apprentice Glass Centre and Secondary Industrial School in Novy Bor, and works for world-class artists and designers, including Renè Roubicek, Dale Chihuly, Marvin Lipofsky, Edward Leibovitz, and Willem Heesen. He teaches at the Glass...

James Nowak is a Seattle-based glass artist who has worked with Dale Chihuly, Dante Marioni, and William Morris. His work is highly decorated with canes and murrine, and he takes his inspiration from the raw grandeur of the maritime Pacific Northwest. He often teaches at the Pratt Fine Arts Center...