Résumé

Education and Appointments

  • Co-Founder and Director, Washington Glass School, Washington, DC
  • Kiln Forming for Educators, Bullseye Glass, Portland, OR
  • Visual Arts, Santa Monica College for Design, Art and Architecture, CA

Public Art Commissions and Site Specific Projects

  • Community Gateway Arch, Washington, DC, 2014
  • Site-specific Sculpture, 8250 Fenton Street, Silver Spring, MD, 2014
  • 900 Thayer, Silver Spring, MD, installation 2013–2014
  • The Aquilino Cancer Center, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, Rockville, MD, installation June–July 2013
  • Adams Building doors, Library of Congress, installation March–July 2013
  • "Eternal Light" Ner Tamid, Kol Shalom, Rockville, MD, 2012
  • Collaborative Artwork, SOFAlab 3: Acts of Translation, Joan Hisoaka Healing Arts Gallery at the Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, Washington, DC, displayed May 2012–February 2013
  • Site-specific Art Project, Safeway, Bethesda, MD, 2011
  • "Glass on Stone", Liberty Building, 1129 20th Street, NW, Washington, DC, 2010
  • Site-specific Sculpture, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, 2010
  • "Rebirth/Renewal", Prince George's County Courthouse, Upper Marlboro, MD, 2010
  • "Stage is Set", Private residence, Annandale, VA 2009
  • "Tapestry of Community", Liberty Center, Shooshan Company, Arlington, VA, 2007
  • Site-specific Sculpture, EPA/GSA Ariel Rios Building Courtyard, Washington, DC, 2006
  • "Testimony of Community", Prince George's County Courthouse, Upper Marlboro, MD, 2006
  • "Images of Healing", National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD, 2006
  • "A New World View", American Physical Society, College Park, MD, 2006
  • "Driving Impressions", AAIA, Bethesda, MD, 2005
  • Logo Sculpture, Food and Friends Headquarters, Washington, DC, 2005
  • H Street: Artistic Sign Project, DC Commission for Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC, 2004
  • "Bling-Bling", Pandamania, DC Commission for Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC, 2004
  • "Chesapeake Memories", The Residences at Rosedale, Bethesda, MD, 2004
  • Lighting and Sculpture, David Greggory Restau-lounge, Washington, DC, 2004
  • Logo Sculpture, Carmen Group, Washington, DC, 2003
  • Logo Sculpture, The Warehouse Theater and Cafe, Washington, DC, 2003
  • "Wall Pipes", Starwood Urban Investments, Washington, DC, 2001

Exhibitions

  • Alchemical Vessels, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, Washington, DC, April–May, 2014
  • Featured Artist, NIH Clinical Center Galleries, Bethesda, MD, September–November 2013
  • Front Window Featured Artist, Brentwood Arts Exchange at Gateway Arts Center, Brentwood, MD, May–June 2013
  • Washington Glass: A Group Exhibition, Duncan McClellan Gallery, St. Petersburg, FL, May–June 2013
  • Alchemical Vessels, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, Washington, DC, April–June, 2013
  • 2013 International Glass + Clay, Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC, March 2013
  • F. Lennox Campello Selects, Artomatic Artists!, Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC, February 2013
  • INTERWOVEN: Art.Craft.Design., Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA, January–March 2013
  • Constructing Content, Delaplaine Arts Center, Frederick, MD, December 2012
  • Taos Celebrates Contemporary Glass: Fifty Years of Art Innovation, Taos Art Glass Invitational, Taos, NM, September–October 2012
  • National Liberty Museum's 2012 Glass Now! Auction, National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia, PA, September 2012
  • Divergent Visions: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of American Studio Glass, The Bender Gallery, Asheville, NC, June–August 2012
  • Smithsonian Craft Show, Washington, DC, April 2012
  • Brazee Street Studios, Cincinnati, OH, March–April 2012
  • Visual Voices: A Show of Zenith Artists Profiled in the New Book "100 Artists of the Mid-Atlantic" by Ashley Rooney, Zenith Gallery at Chevy Chase Pavilion, Washington, DC, September–October 2011
  • Washington Glass School: The First 10 Years, LongView Gallery, Washington, DC, May–June 2011
  • Yuletide: A Year-end Art Festival at Project 4, Washington, DC, December 2010
  • Gallery 555, Washington, DC, May–June 2010
  • Excess and Environment: sustainability in a world of consumption, Art for Global Justice, AE Studios LIC, Queens, NY, April 2010
  • Library of Congress Earth Day Celebration, Washington, DC, April 2010
  • Generations in Glass, National Capital Art Glass Guild (NCAGG) Show, Glenview Mansion at Rockville Civic Center Park, Rockville, MD, March–April 2010
  • Artists of the Gateway Arts District, M-NCPPC Gateway Arts Center (Lenny Campello, juror), Brentwood, MD, March–April 2010
  • SculptureNow 2010, Washington Sculpture Group (Ryan Hill, juror), Washington, DC, January–February 2010
  • NEXT Generation, Miami International Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL, January 2010
  • Red Dot, Mayer Fine Art Gallery, Miami, FL, December 2009
  • ReMade, 'g' GREEN DESIGN CENTER, Mashpee, MA, October–November 2009
  • SALVAGE: Reclaiming Recycling, The Phillips Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA, September–October 2009
  • The Common Element: Glass and Sculpture, ARTDC Gallery, Hyattsville, MD, August–September 2009
  • 2009 Hoyt Atlantic Juried Exhibition, Hoyt Institue of Fine Arts, New Castle, PA, September–October 2009
  • Taos Art Glass Invitational, Taos, NM, July–August 2009
  • Artomatic, Washington, DC, May–July 2009
  • Habatat for Healing, Habatat Galleries, Tysons Corner, VA, April 2009
  • Washington Glass School, Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC, April 2009
  • Reclaimed, Target Gallery, Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA, April 2009
  • Glass Now, Mayer Fine Art, Norfolk, VA, March–May 2009
  • Art for Giving, Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA, November–December 2008
  • Artists at Work, Sarah Silberman Art Gallery, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, November–December 2008
  • The Smallest Footprint (Ecologically Repsonsible Art), Mayer Fine Art Gallery, Norfolk, VA, September–October 2008
  • Glass: Evolving, VisArts, Rockville, MD, September–October 2008
  • The Green Side of Glass, Arts Afire, Alexandria, VA, August 2008
  • Reincarnations, Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC, July–September 2008
  • New Beginnings: The Art of Trash, Baltimore Public Works Museum, Baltimore, MD, May–October 2008
  • Glass Invitational, Migration Gallery, Charlottesville, VA, April 2008
  • Variety in Media, Sarah Silberman Art Gallery, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, March–April 2008
  • Glass 3, Georgetown Park Mall, Washington, DC, February–March 2008
  • SiO2, The Mystery of Glass, Carroll Arts Center, Westminster, MD, February–March 2008
  • Moving Beyond Craft, Touchet Gallery, Baltimore, MD, August 2007
  • Washington Glass School Sixth Anniversary, Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC, July 2007
  • Re-Creation, a green artist's view (solo show), Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, May 2007
  • artDC International Art Fair, Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC, May 2007
  • Hot Glass in the BlueGrass II (juried competition), Lexington Art League, Lexington, KY, March 2007
  • Shock and Awe, Warehouse Gallery, Washington, DC, November 2006
  • Seeing is Believing, Visarts, Rockville, MD, September–October 2006
  • NCAGG Juried Show, Arts Afire Gallery, Alexandria, VA, May–June 2006
  • Winter Exhibition, Gallery Neptune, Bethesda, MD, December–January 2006
  • Classical Forms, Modern Interpretations, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, December 2005
  • The Human Form (juried regional show), Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC, August 2005
  • Seven, WPA/C, Warehouse Theater Gallery, Washington, DC, June–September 2005
  • Points of Tangency, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, June–July 2005
  • Compelled By Content, Fraser Gallery, Bethesda, MD, May–June 2005
  • Re-vision, Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC, March–April 2005
  • Holiday Show, Gallery Neptune, Bethesda, MD, December–January 2004
  • Art-O-Matic, Washington, DC, November–December 2004
  • Refuse, Flux Factory, Long Island City, NY, October 2004
  • Transformed by Fire: Glass today, Target Gallery, Alexandria VA, September 2004
  • Anonymous, Flashpoint Gallery, Washington, DC, May–June 2004
  • Hickok, Warner, Cole Architects' Art Night, Washington, DC, October–October 2003
  • Sculpture Now 03, Washington Square, Washington, DC, February–May 2003
  • Still Glowing After All These Years, Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC, January–March 2003
  • Of Small Things, Dega Gallery, McLean, VA, December–January 2002
  • Art-O-Matic, Washington, DC, October–November 2002
  • Hickok, Warner, Fox Architects' Art Night, Washington, DC, October–October 2002
  • Millennium Arts Center Invitational, Washington, DC, October–October 2002
  • Post This!, An Art Critic's Choice, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, July–August 2002
  • Forged and Found, Millennium Arts Center, Washington, DC, June–June 2002
  • GlasSpiel, Millennium Arts Center, Washington, DC, April–May 2002
  • GlasStijl, Millennium Arts Center, Washington, DC, March–April 2002
  • Sculpture Now 2002, Washington Square, Washington, DC, February–May 2002
  • ArtRomp 12, Studio 7, Washington, DC, December 2001–January 2002
  • By the Yard, Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, MD, July–August 2001
  • Smoke and Mirrors, Wilson Center Gallery, Washington, DC, May–June 2001
  • All Media 2001, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA, April–May 2001
  • Hickok, Warner, Fox Architects' Art Night, Washington, DC, March–April 2001
  • Far Away Places, Wilson Gallery, Washington, DC, March 2001
  • Art-O-Matic, Washington, DC, September–October 2000
  • Focus, Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, MD, September–October 2000
  • Art Romp 9, Studio 1019, Washington, DC, May 2000

Notable Collections

  • Automobile Aftermarket Industry Association, Bethesda, MD
  • Nuland Electric, Washington, DC
  • Susan and Fred Sanders, New York, NY
  • Helene and William Safire, Chevy Chase, MD
  • Hickok, Warner, Fox Architects, Washington, DC
  • Michael O'Sullivan, Washington, DC
  • Emerson and Hayes Design, Palo Alto, CA

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