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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Cynthia Miller
Cynthia Miller

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.

Therman Statom Presentation
Monday, December 17, 2018

 Therman’s houses, ladders, wall sculptures and major installations are instantly recognizable for their originality and painterly qualities. You’ll find examples of Therman’s work in major collections and museums around the country, including a major installation …. Read More »


Pilchuck Glass School Scholarship

Arizona Glass Alliance will be providing a $2,500 scholarship to the Pilchuck Glass School for the summer or fall program of 2019. The scholarship results from the recommendation of our Board of Directors, and has been worked out by our Grants Committee with Pilchuck management.  This scholarship is another step in our continuing program to help support the appreciation and creation of art made from glass here in Arizona.  The successful applicant will be chosen by Pilchuck but in order to qualify the artist must be an Arizona resident and a member of Arizona Glass Alliance.  Applications should be made directly to Pilchuck by February 1, 2019.


End of Season Photos

Visit our News page to view photographs from many of the Spring 2018 events. Also note that you can now view our new Facebook and Twitter pages using the icon links at the top right corner of the website. Go to News »


Christina Bothwell Studio Fire

On August 8, 2018, the studio of artists Christina Bothwell and her husband Robert Bender burned to the ground. Happily no one was hurt in the fire, but most of their artworks as well as studio equipment has been destroyed.

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