Recent Commission

I've just completed installing the "Ode to the Hazelnut Tree" panels, I created for a private residence in Oregon.

American Glass Now: 2017

The AMERICAN GLASS GUILD is delighted to present the artwork from its sixth annual juried exhibition of contemporary stained glass, AMERICAN GLASS NOW: 2017. The exhibition was installed in Rochester NY, coinciding with our annual conference, May 19-21, 2017, and then moved on to Washington National Cathedral to be on view from June 4 - September 8, 2017. 

AMERICAN GLASS NOW is the premier juried show of contemporary stained glass in the United States, bringing together leading artists for a fresh and versatile take on a treasured art form. The exhibition encourages artists to explore this fascinating and evocative medium and offers an opportunity to share their vision with an expanded public. 

Congratulations to the 2017 artists:  Kathy Barnard - Kansas City, MO, Tim Carey - Los Angeles, CA
Marie-Pascale Foucault-Phipps - Denver, CO, Mary Clerkin Higgins - New York, NY, Alice Johnson - Watertown, MA, Linda Lichtman - Somerville, MA, Ellen Mandelbaum - Queens, NY, Indre McCraw - Los Angeles, CA, Sean Merchant - Columbus, OH, Troy Moody - Tempe, AZ, Nancy Nicholson - Brooklyn, NY, Richard Prigg -Philadelphia, PA, Stéphane Ruault - Brewster, MA, and Amy Valuck - Media, PA.

Thank you to the 2017 Jurors: Lindsy Parrott, Susie Silbert and Diane Wright.

The AMERICAN GLASS GUILD (AGG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging art, conservation, and historical research in stained, leaded, and decorative glass. Special thanks to Washington National Cathedral for hosting the exhibition, to Mary Clerkin Higgins, who served as Exhibition Chair for five years, to Rick Prigg for transporting the artwork to Rochester and DC, and to Rick Prigg and Tony Glander for their help with the installations.

 
Nancy Nicholson, Exhibition Chair