Artist Finder

Glass

Bird Bottle

Medium: flame worked borosilicate glass blown, sculpted, and sandblasted

Artist: Joshua Rodine

Booth shot

Artist: Joshua Rodine

booth shot

Artist: Julie Stutznegger

Fallen Leaves

Medium: flame worked borosilicate glass blown, sculpted, and sandblasted

Artist: Joshua Rodine

Garden Trio

Artist: Douglas And Renee Sigwarth

Home

Medium: flame worked borosilicate glass sculpted and sandblasted with steel stand

Artist: Joshua Rodine

Jewel Vase-Topaz/Black

Medium: Free hand blown glass Jewel vase, Topaz with Black. The matching blown glass jewel in the middle is perfectly placed with connections of equal scale and color. A piece of demanding precision and difficulty.

Artist: Dan LaChaussee

Montage vase

Medium: Flameworked borosilicate glass vessel with multiple sections (Incalmo technique)

Artist: Joshua Rodine

Pastels

Artist: Douglas And Renee Sigwarth

Peeling Back the Layers

Medium: Glass powder fired onto sheet glass. Mounted on handmade rusted panel.

Artist: Julie Stutznegger

Phoenix Spool Vase

Medium: Free hand blown glass bowl with abstract Phoenix design. The design is laid out then rolled up on a hot glass bubble, in the space between the two colors of topaz and red. When cold it is sandblasted and acid etched for a semi transparent surface.

Artist: Dan LaChaussee

Rest, Unrest

Medium: Glass painting mounted onto handcrafted rusted panel.

Artist: Julie Stutznegger

Same set up for outdoor booth with out carpet

Artist: Dan LaChaussee

Sunflower Basket

Medium: Free hand blown vase with glass sunflower design applied with a rollup technique. Finished into a large rectangular fluted shape. with a transparent red band and yellow rim. No paint

Artist: Dan LaChaussee

The Alliance

Medium: glass powders, pre-fired, then fired onto sheet glass.

Artist: Julie Stutznegger

Tipping Point

Artist: Julie Stutznegger

Vase 5

Artist: Douglas And Renee Sigwarth

Venezia

Medium: Hand blown glass vase with glass building design. All glass design is applied with a rollup technique and blown to shape. The blue band on the bottom represents water, three rim colors are the sunset with the moon rising over the buildings. No paint.

Artist: Dan LaChaussee

Wall 9

Artist: Douglas And Renee Sigwarth

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Applications for our 2021 show are now closed.

For information on how to apply for our 2022 show, please visit our website on December 1st, 2021. For more information on our show application process see our How To Apply page.
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