American Glass Now Exhibition Moves on to Washington, DC!

After a successful exhibition at the University of Chicago’s Logan Center for the Arts, The American Glass Now:2016 exhibit has moved to the Washington National Cathedral.  The work of 18 artist members of the AGG are featured in this show, which will be on view at the Cathedral through September 28th. If you can’t attend the show in person, order a show catalog at Blurb.com. Jurors Rolf Achilles, Lindsy Parrott and Judith Schaechter recognized three submissions as worthy of the AGNX Award for 2016. They include Richard Prigg’s “Blue Grid Vortex,” Sasha Zhitneva’s “Coming Back as Another Being,” and Marie Foucault-Phipps’ “Taches Noires.” Congratulations to all!

 

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Artist Ellen Mandelbaum

Artist Ellen Mandelbaum

  Ellen Mandelbaum works in watercolors, stained glass, oil paints, and gilding. She has exhibited internationally and her art has been featured in several one-person exhibitions at the Queens Colle...
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Artist Richard Prigg

Artist Richard Prigg

Rick Prigg has been working in stained glass for thirty years. He was trained at Beyer Stained Glass in Philadelphia and spent fifteen years learning the trade while helping build a still flourishing studio. Af...
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Artist Tom Krepcio

Artist Tom Krepcio

Tom began working with stained glass in 1971, starting as a hobbyist at the age of 11. He has been a stained glass professional since 1980. In his work with a variety of stained glass studios, Tom has designed,...
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