Peter Bremers, Featured Artist

Peter Bremers

Bremers' most recent body of work is called "The Inward Journey." Here the artist shares a glance on his inner process and life philosophy, meanwhile presenting us a mirror, sometimes thought provoking or meditative but always reflecting a need for understanding and appreciating the individual as well as the universal.

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Bandhu Scott Dunham

Bandhu Scott Dunham

“I express my experience of the natural world through odd juxtapositions and bending forms to follow my own quirky sensibility. Glass is the perfect medium for this work: its fluidity, malleability and paradoxical nature bring out the mysterious parts of myself that I seek to explore and express through art.”

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Jason Chakravarty & Jennifer Caldwell

Jason Chakravarty and Jennifer Caldwell

Since 2012, Jennifer Caldwell and Jason Chakravarty have maintained a critical, conceptual, and technical dialogue about their individual work, which easily evolved to collaborative pieces. Over the past couple years they have mounted multiple two person exhibitions which included work that challenges the experimental process specific to each of them.

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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 15, 2021: Sibylle Peretti Presentation

Sibylle is internationally recognized for both her kiln formed and engraved wall panels and kiln cast sculptures, which explore emotions, memories, possibility and beauty. With a rich background of learning the craft in her native Germany Sibylle has enjoyed residencies at Corning, Wheaton and the Museum of Glass and has taught. . . . Read More »


March 1, 2021: Beth Lipman Presentation

Beth, who works both in glass and photography, as well as other materials, has been widely recognized for her very sensitive reinterpretations of classic still lifes, as well as her artistic commentary on current social issues. Beth has the distinction of having two major museum exhibitions currently running at the same time, a one person exhibition entitled “Collective Elegy” at the Museum of Art and Design in New York, and a three person exhibition. . . . Read More »

 

 

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