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Gallery Mack's Art Connection
2100 Western Ave
Seattle, WA 98121

Tel: (206) 448-1616
Fax: (206) 448-0247

Hours:
Mon-Sat: 10:00am - 5:30pm
Sun: 11:00am - 5:00pm

located in Seattle, just north of the Pike Place Market

  GLASS ARTISTS


Richard LaLonde

Richard LaLonde is a pioneer in the fused glass movement and continues his innovative work in the mural and vessel forms.


"Energy Mandala"
by Richard LaLonde
23"h x 23"w
(or on the diagonal 32"h x 32"w)


"Mandala 2"
by Richard LaLonde
9"h x 16"w x 18"d

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"Bontanical 2012"
by Richard LaLonde
fused and slumped glass
9"h x 16"w x 18"d


"Winter Mandala"
by Richard LaLonde
fused and slumped glass
9"h X 18"w X 16 1/2"d

Ruth Brockmann

Ruth Brockmann's fused kiln slumped masks and intricate sandcast sculptures defy the traditional concepts of glass art. Detailed and colorful, the prevalent theme of her work is the interrelationship of all living forms, their spirits and vital connections to humans.

Ruth Brockmann passed away on July 9, 2013


"Nurturing People"
19 1/2"h x 18"w x 18"d
by Ruth Brockmann

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"Camping Under The Stars"
17 1/2"H x 12 1/2"W x 7"D
by Ruth Brockmann


"Salmon Woman"
Cast Glass on hand-forged metal stand
by Ruth Brockmann
11"H x 20"W x 5"D
by Ruth Brockmann

Henner Schroder

Henner Schroder illustrates his expertise with two challenging glass techniques, sandcasting and manipulated/rolled hot both of which he was invited to teach again this past spring at the world famous Pilchuck Glass School in Washington. Intrigued by images left by ancient cultures, Henner combines these in a challenging process of "layering" visual information.


"Party Boat"
by Henner Schroder
61"H x 16"W x 8"D
Cast glass with glass inclusion on a constructed steel frame


"Reflections on the Future"
by Henner Schroder
26"H x 17"W x 9"D
Sandcast glass; cast base


"Heroine"
by Henner Schroder
12"H x 28"L x 10"W
Cast Glass with cast glass inclusions and solid worked onlay (attached hot);
steel and wood (lacewood and yellowheart) stand.
(this piece can also be displayed on the wall)


"Charmer"
by Henner Schroder
25"H x 10"W x 10"D
Cast Glass with cast glass inclusion, manipulated hot; glued to cast glass base


"Surfer's Wheel"
by Henner Schroder
22.5"H x 25.5"L x 7.5"W
Sandcast Glass with cast glass inclusions
The surfers as well as the line of marchers in the background are taken from Hawaiian Island petroglyphs


"Turtle Boat"
95.5"H x 16"L x 8"W
Cast Glass with cast glass inclusions; Constructed Steel Frame
All the images inside the casting are derived from petroglyphs from the Hawaiian Islands
by Henner Schroder


"The Long Voyage Home"
11"H x 28"L x 10"W
by Henner Schroder
Cast Glass with cast glass inclusions and solid worked onlay (attached hot);
steel and wood (poplar and wenge) stand. (this piece can also be displayed on the wall)


"Firefly"
28"H x 13"W x 13"D
by Henner Schroder


"This Is The Way It Was"
70.5"H x 14"DIA
Cast glass rolled and manipulated hot; constructed steel stand
Images from African and Australian pictographs
by Henner Schroder

Jon Kuhn

Jon Kuhn is regarded as one of the leading glass artists in the world. With works featured in over 30 international museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Carnegie Museum, White House Permanent Collection, National Museum of American Art and hundreds of private residences and public spaces, millions have enjoyed his beautiful works.


"Crystal Reverie"
7.25"W x 7.25"W x 15"H
by Jon Kuhn


"Four Tops"
Paperweight Series
4 1/8" square x 2 5/8" high
by Jon Kuhn


"Red Spinner"
Paperweight Series
2 7/8" square at the block x 2 3/4" high. The base plate measures 3 1/4" square.
by Jon Kuhn

Christopher Ries


"Embrace"
16 1/2"H x 9 1/2"W x 2 5/8"D
by Christopher Ries

Cynthia Miller

Miller-Bear-Nebula
"Bear Nebula Sextet"
25"H x 33"W
by Cynthia Miller

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"Desert Sextet"
25"H x 32"W
transparent & opaque enamels, "jewels" and sand kiln fired onto burnished copper
by Cynthia Miller


"The Beach"
34"h x 54"w
12 panel glass on copper
by Cynthia Miller


"Rain Forest"
33"H x 38"W
Fused Glass on Copper Panels
by Cynthia Miller


"Morning"
33"H x 38"W
Fused Glass on Copper Panels
by Cynthia Miller

View more Cynthia Miller images that
can be brought to Gallery Mack for viewing.

Bryan Rubino

Bryan Rubino began blowing glass in January of 1982 for a small Seattle glass company and was introduced to the Venetian style of glass blowing. In 1988 he began working with Dale Chihuly and his designers on a number of large projects and became one of his main master craftsman. In 2001 he relocated to Olympia and started his own Glass Studio on Highway 101 near Shelton designing and producing a large number of products for Chihuly. In the fall of 2011 the company was down sized. In 2015 he has relocated to Lynnwood, Washington, where he works on his own artwork and commissions.


"Teal Net Vase"
Teal Twisted Cane Vessel
9.25" x 9.25" x 12.5"
by Bryan Rubino


"Black Reticello Vase"
Reticello Vessel Pattern made with Black Cane
11" x 11" x 11"
by Bryan Rubino


"Low Black Reticello Vase"
Reticello Vessel Pattern made with Black Cane
13" x 13" x 6.25"
by Bryan Rubino


"Classical Blue Reticello Vase"
Reticello Vessel Pattern made with Blue Cane
10.25" x 10.25" x 17.25"
by Bryan Rubino


"Blue Reticello Genie Bottle Vase"
Reticello Vessel Pattern made with Blue Cane
10" x 10" x 20"
by Bryan Rubino


"Blue Long Neck Reticello Vase"
Reticello Vessel Pattern made with Blue Cane, 10.25" x 10.25" x 14.75"
by Bryan Rubino


"Chartreuse Ribbon Cane Vase with Black Lines"
Black Interior Vessel with Chartreuse Ribbon Cane and Black line details
6.75" x 6.75" x 19.75"
by Bryan Rubino


"Gold Vase with Black Twisted Cane"
Transparent Gold Interior with Black Twisted Cane
11.25" x 11.25" x 16.25"
by Bryan Rubino


"Vase with Chartreuse Ribbon Cane and Black Lines"
Black Interior Vessel with Chartreuse Ribbon Cane and Black line details
6.75" x 6.75" x 23.25"
by Bryan Rubino


"Vase with Dandelion Ribbon Cane and Black Lines"
Black Interior Vessel with Dandelion Ribbon Cane and Black Line Details
8.25" x 8.25" x 15.50"
by Bryan Rubino


"White Net Vase"
White Twisted Cane Vessel
9" x 4.5" x 12"
by Bryan Rubino


"Fluted Handkerchief Pink and Blue Vase 5"
10"h x 16.5"w x 15.5"d
by Bryan Rubino


"Fluted Handkerchief Pink Cane Vase 25"
10"h x 16.5"w x 15.5"d
by Bryan Rubino


"Fluted Handkerchief Pink and Blue Vase 35"
10"h x 16.5"w x 15.5"d
by Bryan Rubino


"Fluted Handkerchief Pink and White Vase 28"
10"h x 16.5"w x 15.5"d
by Bryan Rubino

Marie Maretska


"Visit From Home"
fused glass on copper panels
21"H x 28 1/2"W x 2 1/2"D


"Sunset, Twelve Panels"
fused glass on copper panels
40"H x 62"W
by Marie Maretska


fused glass on copper pieces
each piece approximately 12"H x 10"D

See more Marie Maretska works:
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