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Visiting Artist W. Erich Woll Recurring event

Thu, 2 May, 2013 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Erich Woll is a Seattle-based artist who started his career in 1997 on Dale Chihuly’s glassblowing team. During his six-year tenure with Chihuly, Woll traveled around the US and the world. In 2002, Woll was asked to join the team of Italian master Lino Taglipietra. He continues to work for Taglipietra. In 1999, Woll and a group of friends from Alfred University started a collaborative group called the Butter Eaters which has created work at Pilchuck Glass School, Pratt Fine Arts Center and Museum of Glass. In 2004, Woll exhibited his work in a joint show with Richard Marquis at the Priceless Works Gallery in Seattle,WA. In addition, Woll’s work has been included in exhibitions at Butter’s Gallery (Portland, OR), Gather Gallery (Seattle, WA), Winston Wachter Fine Art (Seattle, WA), Winston Watcher Fine Art (New York, NY) and The Muskegon Museum of Art in Michigan. Woll was one of four artists selected for the Museum’s five-day  Application Residency Program in 2013.

 

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