Pilchuck: A Glass School

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Pilchuck Glass School, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 293 pages
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Pilchuck Glass School sits on 54 acres of isolated forest in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains of Washington State. When artist Dale Chihuly held the first summer workshop on the site in 1971, with the support of Seattle art patrons Anne Gould Hauberg and John Hauberg, he gave little thought to establishing an ongoing program. In this exhaustive history, author Tina Oldknow traces the remarkable evolution of the school from a makeshift workshop of tents and treehouses to the most comprehensive center in the world for artists working in glass.

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this works glass the work artist pilchuck glass school are extremely.Appreciate the efforts you.
Mehran Sadeghi student M.A(Handicrafts/trends Product Design) University of Art Tehran

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