Cynthia Miller, Featured Artist

Cynthia Miller

Miller's medium, vitreous enamel glass, is kiln fused onto burnished copper. Her work is in collections throughout the United States, Europe, and New Zealand.

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Welcome to The Arizona Glass Alliance. We welcome new members to our group, from artists and collectors to those who simply love the art of studio glass.

Use the “Read More” links below to view more information. Select “News” from the top menu to view a schedule of events for the season, and to scroll through past events, photos, and detailed information about any happenings for our group.

March 26, 2018: Margaret Spacapan Presentation

Margaret describes her work this way: “The area of factories and abandoned buildings that separated the city from my neighborhood as a child inspire me; places where there are not people living. There is only concrete, and so the factories and abandoned buildings rely on the architecture … Read More →

March 31, 2018: The Flame

After tending the fire for 43 years, Tom Philabaum will turn off his glass furnace for the last time at the end of April. Our show celebrates his glass blowing career of almost five decades and the finale of the hot shop.

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April 9, 2018: Jerre Davidson & George Whitney Presentation

Arizona Glass Alliance will very happily host a “double header” presentation by two outstanding Canadian glass artists, Jerre Davidson and George Whitney. Both Jerre and George bring very interesting backgrounds to their work, which has been exhibited at SOFA as recently as last fall … Read More →

April 23, 2018: Mary White Presentation

As our culminating event of the 2017-18 season on Monday evening, April 23, Arizona Glass Alliance will very proudly host a presentation by the well-known glass artist and environmental activist Mary White. Long one of the leading artists … Read More →

August 7 – August 22, 2018: Habatat Cruise

There is an interesting trip being planned by Habatat and our members, Sue and Al Weiner, to the Scandavanian area aboard an Oceania Cruise liner.

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California Fires and Clifford Rainey

Glass sculptor and teacher Clifford Rainey has lost his home, studio, tools and all of his archival work in the recent fires that have affected Napa. He and his companion Rachel have to rebuild from the ground up. If anyone is interested in supporting Clifford, please visit Go Fund Me. There are two funds for Clifford, a “survival fund” and also a fund to help to rebuild his studio. Search “Clifford Rainey” to donate. Take me to Go Fund Me →

Coming Soon: 2018 Events

April 25 – 29, Trip to Habatat International Exposition & Weekend in Royal Oak Michigan

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