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Roger Parramore has been working with glass since he was 10 years old. His early experience with a home-built furnace led to formal training as a scientific glassblower. Parramore’s current work reflects his fascination with the form and romance of traditional Italian glassware. His work has been...

Richard Parrish Photo by Rab Cummings

Richard Parrish operates a studio for kiln-glass in Bozeman, MT, and teaches kiln-forming classes around the world. His glasswork includes speculative work, functional objects, architectural installations, and design elements. Parrish was awarded best artist in his category at the Western Design...

One of Europe’s most outstanding engravers on glass, Roger Pennell is well known internationally. He is honorary professor at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague and a visiting professor of glass studies at the University of Wolverhampton in England. His work is in the collections of major glass...

Jayne Persico

Jayne Persico has been a designer and innovator in glass for more than 25 years, as well as a teacher for more than a decade. She has created a kiln-formed bracelet technique, trademarked a glass embossing system, and developed precision tools to support her processes. Persico has worked with...

Marc Petrovic

Marc Petrovic has been a full-time studio artist since 1991. He works primarily with glass and strives to make content driven work that stresses the idea at its core. Petrovic states, “My pieces revolve around ideas that both intrigue and befuddle me. The work serves as a way to contain and...

Kenny Pieper

Kenny Pieper devotes his expertise to the tradition of Italian glass. Pieper began his work at Penland School of Crafts and returned there after receiving his B.F.A. from California College of Art and Design and working 16 years in the San Francisco Bay area. His focus is glass vessels and...

Brett Pierce has been a flameworker for more than 15 years. He works in both the scientific and artistic arenas, and he is employed as a scientific glassblower at Eastman Kodak in Rochester, NY.

Born in Durban, South Africa, Mike Plane moved with his family to Australia, then to rural Pennsylvania a few years later. He began experimenting with glass in 1994, while he was working as a chef in Vermont. In 1998, Plane began an 18-month apprenticeship with Gallager, learning off-hand glass...

Susan Plum is a studio artist residing in Berkeley, CA. She has taught workshops at the Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts, and UrbanGlass, as well as at The Studio. Her work can be seen in many museums. Plum has recently exhibited her work at the Maurine Littleton Gallery, the Austin...

Edward Poore has been cutting, restoring, and engraving glass for more than 35 years, and has operated his own studio for nearly 30. He has worked on countless art glass restoration projects for museums as well as private collectors, and has worked collaboratively with many well-known glass artists...

Sallie Portnoy has worked in glass and ceramics for more than 20 years. She has taught glass fusing, slumping, casting, moldmaking, mosaics, and ceramics to children and adults. Highly energetic and enthusiastic, she inspires students to realize their potential and to push past their self-imposed...

Stephen Rolfe Powell received his B.A. degree in painting and ceramics at Centre College and an M.F.A. degree in ceramics at Louisiana State University. He has participated in workshops, demonstrations, and lectures all over the United States, and in Russia, Ukraine, Australia, and New Zealand. The...

Angus Powers works with blown and cast glass sculpture, installations, and functional wares. His work pushes the viewer to consider multiple interpretations, challenging set notions of logic, scale, and perception. Powers is currently assistant professor of glass in the New York State College of...

Josh Powers has been flameworking glass for several years. He has worked as a flameworker for The Studio and currently owns World Glass, a glass supply shop in Corning, NY.

Pike Powers studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Yale University School of Art. Since 1993, she has been program director at the Pilchuck Glass School. She has taught at various art schools, held numerous seminars, and exhibited in both solo and group shows in the United States and...

Lynda Pownall-Carlson’s studies have taken her to the University of Mexico in Mexico City, Nazareth College in Rochester, and The Studio. She and Kurt Carlson run Carlson Glassworks together, with a focus on hot sculpted heads that are sandblasted and painted with enamels, in addition to glass...

Janusz Poźniak

Janusz Poźniak has been blowing glass for more than 28 years, working with some of the best artists and glassblowers in the world. He has worked closely with Dante Marioni for many years, and shares a studio with him in Seattle. For almost two decades, he has taught at many of the schools in...

Sally Prasch's works have been exhibited nationally. She started working in glass with Lloyd Moore in 1970. She received a B.F.A. from the University of Kansas, and she also earned degrees in applied science and scientific glass technology. Prasch has taught flameworking at UrbanGlass, the Penland...

Jong-Pil Pyun is a young artist who explores sculptural possibilities in glass. He received his B.F.A. degree from Hanyang University and his M.F.A. degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. He works as a representative of the Sung-Jin glass company in Korea.