Artists and Instructors

Artists and Instructors

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Mark Abildgaard

Mark Abildgaard received a BA in Art from San Francisco State University in 1979 and a MFA from the University of Hawaii in 1984. After graduating from the University of Hawaii, Abildgaard worked as an artist-in-residence at the Tokyo Glass Art Institute in Japan and at Sculpture Space in Utica,...

Originally trained in anthropology, Daniel Adams is intrigued with the history of glass and the use of beads in the world’s various cultures. Warring States beads were his initial inspiration, but he has translated tribal design, contemporary design and natural history into his beads. He often...

Chris Ahalt

Chris Ahalt is a flameworker with 19 years experience. In 2005, he apprenticed under master flameworker, Cesare Toffolo, in Murano, Italy. There he learned many of the Venetian techniques for cups and vessels that have given him the building blocks to create glass of the highest quality. Ahalt has...

Dean Allison

Inspired by the people and relationships that shape who we are, Dean Allison creates portrait sculptures through lost-wax casting to explore how physical attributes influence personal perspectives and judgements toward others. Through his process, he celebrates intrinsic beauty through physical...

Avery Anderson has been a studio artist for the past 19 years, specializing in fused glass techniques. Her work explores surface treatment techniques, focusing on animal imagery, and may be found in private collections and galleries.

Catherine Ayers

Catherine Ayers’ whimsical and unique glass creations are always changing through her ongoing incorporation of different inspirations and techniques. Often including colorful patterns and funky shapes in her work, Ayers is constantly learning more and more about glass as a material. “What I love...