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Jack Storms

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Optic and dichroic glass cube on revolving metal base
10" High X 8 1/2" Wide


Scott Amrhein
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Elliptical oval lumen bowl with pedestal Glass with a weaved copper rim
22" x 10" x 9"
 
Oval lumen Bowl with pedestal Glass with a weave copper rim
22" x 8" x 8"
 
Oval feather bowl with pedestal
16" X 13" X 7"
 
Elliptical oval feather bowl with pedestal
28" X 12" x 9"


Dino Rosin

Dino Rosin, at the age of twelve, left school and began work as an apprentice at the Barovier and Toso glassworks. He soon joined his brothers, Loredano and Mirko, at their factory. In 1975, he joined Loredano as his assistant. Dino was Loredano's right hand and a master in his own right in cold work. In 1988, he was invited to teach a class in solid free hand sculpture at Pilchuck Glass School with William Morris. His work is displayed in many Galleries, Museums and private collections.

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KISS
25"H
 
TRIPLE SASSI
13"W x 35-1/2"H
 
VIOLIN
8"W x 26 1/2"H
 
JUST FRIENDS
6"W x 24"H


Cohn-Stone Studios

Cohn and Stone Studios is the work place of artists Michael Cohn and Mollie Stone. Their studio is one of the nation's foremost producers of designer vases, decorative pieces and one of a kind sculptural works of art. Since 1972, their works have been exhibited in the U.S.A., Europe, Scandanavia, Austrailia, the Soviet Union, Japan, and South America. Their works are included in numerous museums and private collections worldwide. Each piece is signed and dated by the artists, acknowledging that the work has met their high standards of quality.

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Reflecting Bowl Series
Gold Interiors
9" Diameter
 
Athena Vase 27" H
Athena Bowl 20" D

Barry Entner

While attending Tulane University in the late 1970's Barry enrolled in a glass sculpture class under sculptor Gene Koss. After graduating, he apprenticed with artist David Goldhagen and studied glass sculpture at Penland School of Crafts as well as the Massachusetts College of Art. He has participated in many selected exhibitions in Germany, Japan, Switzerland and the United States.


Origins
3 Part Pastel Series
16"Hx24"Wx24"Deep
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Dreamscape
20"Hx14x8
 
Two Part Free Form
22"Lx12"Hx12" Deep


James Nowak

"Working nights as a nuclear engineer, my days were available to pursue glass. I started at Pratt School of Fine Arts in Seattle and later at the Pilchuck Glass School, where i developed my own unique style. I learned to blow glass using the team approach. Because of this, I had the good fortune of working with very talented Northwest artists like Dale Chihuly, Richard Royal, William Morris and Mark Eckstrand. Chihuly provided me with the opportunity of working on one of his winter glass blowing teams held at Pilchuck. A coordinated glass team is poetry in motion. Each one has their part. Mine is to lead the group and with their assistance, execute the piece. Every piece and all the design on it is hand formed by myself. With my signature comes my vision and takes with it a little part of me."

Sea Fan
24" x 12" x 10"
  Fluted Aquarium Vase
17" x 12" x 10"
  Aquarium Aquarium Display 24" x 18" x 12"

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