• Introduction to Lost Wax Casting

    April 09, 10, and 16, 2022
    at Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network

  • Chroma

    CHROMA: A Contemporary Survey of American Glass. Curated by Meredith Edmondson and Jennifer Crescuillo, at Fort Houston, Nashville, TN, April, 2019

  • Appalachian Center for Craft, Workshop Instructor, Found and Lost

    Introduction to mold-making, the lost wax process, and the fundamentals of glass casting. August, 2018

  • The Glass Heap Challenge, Boda, Sweden

    Invited artist, participating in The Glass Heap Challenge at the Glass Factory Museum, Boda Glasbruk, Sweden, October 7-17, 2015.

    Fellow participating artists:

    Emma Woffenden
    Megan O'Hara
    Maria Sparre-Peterson
    Harry Morgan
    Agnes Deli
    Endre (Bondi) Gaal
    Minna Rombo Zetterlund

    Organized by Matthew Durran

    Exhibition of individual and collaborative works:
    October 17 until November 8, 2015

  • Flow Exhibition at the American Center for Physics

    Sarah Tanguy, Guest Curator (of the Art in Embassies Program)
    Opening reception and artists talk Tuesday, April 21, 5:30-7:30pm

    Artists included:
    Eric Finzi, J.W. Mahoney, Allegra Marquart, Syl Mathis, Debra Ruzinsky, Tim Tate, Erwin Timmers, Audrey Wilson


  • Workshop

    At the WashingtonGlassSchool.com in Mount Rainier, MD
    Small vessel casting
    Sat/Sun August 16, 17, and Sat August 23, 2014

  • What came before: A slide lecture

    Glass work in the studio era:

    Who was there, what they did, and why, in the US and abroad. A slide talk about the history of the glass field, one that isn't just about the biggest names in the field.

    The Washington Glass School
    3700 Otis Street
    Mt. Rainier, MD 20712
    October 5, 2013

  • Wallace Library Collection

    In Retrospect: Selected Works from the Wallace Library Art Collection 1972-2009

    Opens October 11, 2013

  • Found and Lost: A workshop in two parts

    Part One : Found (one day session) A hands-on course that explores making flexible, reusable molds for the production of repeatable parts.We will discuss all the objects in terms of approaches for making flexible molds, then identify the best choices to make.

    Part Two: Lost ( 2 days) In this second part of the course we will take the wax parts we make in our new flexible molds and turn them into "lost wax " glass castings. Mysteries will be revealed about how the wax is "lost" and how glass takes its place. A variety of plaster mold making methods will be explained. Hand built versus poured? Reinforcement methods? Hi temp versus conventional plasters? Each student will make one small 3 dimensional glass casting.

    The Washington Glass School
    3700 Otis Street
    Mt. Rainier, MD 20712

    Part 1: Sat. Nov 9, from 1pm - 5pm
    Part 2: Sat./Sun. Nov. 16 and 17 from 11 to 5pm

  • Portions: New works in kiln-cast glass and mixed media

    at Visarts at Rockville
    Solo show in the Common Grounds Gallery
    opens September 14, 7-9 pm reception.
    From September 14 to October 20 2012

  • New Technologies in Glass, by Dr. Vanessa Cutler

    Available August 2, 2012! My work and process are represented in it.
    It’s a great new book, published by AC Black.

  • Exhibitions

    Glass in All Senses
    Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro, Vermont
    July 15-October 23, 2011

    Washington Glass School 10 year Anniversary Exhibition
    Longview Gallery
    1234 Ninth St. NW
    Washington DC
    Through June 18, 2011

    International Ceramic and Glass Art in the 21st Century: Artists in Residence in Seto for 10 years
    Feb 11- March 27, 2011

    Reflections in Glass
    Wayne Art Center, Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Gallery,
    Wayne, PA
    December 4, 2009 - January 23, 2010

    BIGG: Big Ideas in Global Glass
    Hawk Galleries, Columbus, OH
    July 10-October 10, 2009

    MFA Exhibition 2009
    Urban Glass, Brooklyn, NY
    Robert Lehman Gallery
    opening January 29.

    “R U Evolved?
    Artists Reflect on
    Darwin @ 200”
    January 11 – February 27, 2009
    The Workmen's Circle/ Arbeter Ring
    1525 S. Robertson Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90035