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Showing For: December, 2015

Behind the Scenes in the Hot Shop

A look at one of Preston Singletary's newest works.

It’s been a busy season in the hot shop so far. Here’s a behind the scenes look at Preston Singletary, Joe BenVenuto and Sean Albert as they work on a new Salmon piece.

 

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Killer Whale Totem

A view of one of the newest pieces by Preston Singletary, “Killer Whale Totem” created in lead crystal in a limited edition of 125 and standing at 18.25” high.

A view of one of the newest pieces by Preston Singletary, “Killer Whale Totem” created in lead crystal in a limited edition of 125 and standing at 18.25” high.


The Killer Whale is represented with its head near the bottom and the tail at the top of the totem, with the sides of the piece also depicting the pectoral fin.

 

 

 

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New Photos of Preston Singletary & Harlan Reano Collaboration

Collaborative pieces by Preston Singletary & Pueblo artist Harlan Reano, presented by Blue Rain Gallery for SOFA Chicago, November 2015.

Collaborative pieces by Preston Singletary & Pueblo artist Harlan Reano, presented by Blue Rain Gallery for SOFA Chicago, November 2015.

 

 

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New Photos from the Walter Soboleff Center at Juneau, Alaska

CLICK FOR NEW PHOTOS OF THE CLAN HOUSE SCREEN AT THE WALTER SOBOLEFF CENTER

Presenting the finished Clan House glass screen and house posts at the Walter Soboleff Center in Juneau, Alaska. Thanks to the Sealaska Heritage Institute for the image and the commission.

The screen shows a stylized Northwest Coast design and is made of sandblasted glass. On the left stands an Eagle warrior; while on the right stands a Raven created in a dark charcoal color.

This screen measures approximately 11.5 feet high by 16 feet wide and weighs over 1000 lbs. It's created with 28 glass panels, 28 plexiglass panels, and over 200 custom made mounting bolts.

 

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Behind the Scenes: The Screen at The Walter Soboleff Center, Juneau, Alaska

New photos of the Soboleff Screen process!

Our friend and photographer Russell Johnson documented the first stages of the production of the screen for the Sealaska Heritage Insititute's Walter Soboleff Center in Juneau, AK. 

All photographs are copyright Russell Johnson.  Please ask permission for use.

 

   

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