Pilchuck projects

Ken Rinaldo and Amy Youngs worked closely with the gaffers to make a great number of ambitious work. Here Vickie assisting the creation of a large cylinder.

A blown form created in a copper form Ken made.

Chris Taylor's experimental class introduced a great deal of fun to the session - including melting glass in a microwave and upside down glassblowing.


Click the play button to view the video. (1 minute, quicktime)

Then, in the evenings, many things developed - from parties to music circles.

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