Archive for the ‘Studio News’ Category

“The Clown In Me Loves You” Now On View!

Posted on August 5, 2021

  Thrilled to say that my collaborative exhibition with Katherine Gray, “The Clown In Me Loves You”, is open at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA)! Five years in the making, we are so happy to unveil this project and get you thinking about the archetype of the clown and glass art in a […]

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Hot Sheet Interview

Posted on May 7, 2020

Hello! Wanted to share this recent interview in the Glass Quarterly blog “Hot Sheet” about what’s new in my studio, adapting during the Covid-19 crisis, and the importance of community and connection. https://urbanglass.org/glass/detail/nancy-callan-virtual-studio-tour-and-artist-talk As I mention in the interview, I recently partnered with Sandra Ainsley Gallery to host a virtual studio tour. It was a […]

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Spin, Weave, Gather — New Video!

Posted on May 2, 2019

Check out this nifty video about my installation Spin, Weave, Gather produced by StarWorks! It’s great to be able to share some of my process and inspiration behind this piece. John Vaughn at Story Focused Media did a great job. Enjoy! And please, share away!  

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Spin, Weave, Gather at The Mint Museum

Posted on March 4, 2019

I’m happy to announce the installation of Spin, Weave, Gather — a new panel installation commissioned by the Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC. A year in the making, this piece was made possible by the generous support of the Mint Museum Founder’s Circle and two residencies at STARworks. Watch a video about the making of […]

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STARworks Residency and New Project!

Posted on May 1, 2018

I was thrilled to return to STARworks in Star, NC  last month to develop a new project for the Mint Museum in Charolotte, NC. I’m creating a new multi-panel composition in glass on the theme of textiles. North Carolina has a rich history as part of the textile industry and I have long been interested […]

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Panels: My Newest Passion!

Posted on August 23, 2017

Artist have to keep growing. I’m a big believer in pushing myself to try new techniques and create new forms. Sometimes I fail, but those failures often form a basis for further experiments. Last year, I had a residency at STARworks in Star, NC. While there I decided to focus on making slumped panels, using […]

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