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David Schwarz

David Schwarz: 2013 Exhibition Catalog

  David Schwarz - Z.A.O.F. 1-8-09

Z.A.O.F. 1-8-09
blown & etched glass
20.5 X 14 X 9 in.
  David Schwarz - Tree in Copper Red 9-13-12

Tree in Copper Red 9-13-12
15.5 X 12 X 12 in.
  David Schwarz - Z.A.O.F. 2-28-09

Z.A.O.F. 2-28-09
19.5 X 14 X 9.5 in.
  David Schwarz - Z.A.O.F. 8-1-08

Z.A.O.F. 8-1-08
hand blown, etched, and painted glass
  David Schwarz - Z.A.O.F. 11-4-08

Z.A.O.F. 11-4-08
hand blown and sandblasted glass
12.5 X 10 X 10 in.
  David Schwarz - Portal in Black 6-2-12

Portal in Black 6-2-12
26 X 19.5 X 6 in.
  David Schwarz - Tree Bubble Study in Black 5-9-12

Tree Bubble Study in Black 5-9-12
11.5 X 8 X 8 in.
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David Schwarz

David Schwarz was born in Vancouver, Washington in 1952. He received his Associate in Arts and Science and Associate in Applied Science/Engineering Technology in 1977 from Clark College in Vancouver, WA. Schwarz went on to earn his BFA in 1979 from Central Washington University and a Master of Science/Glass in 1982 from Illinois State University under Joel Philip Meyers. He has an extensive exhibition history and has shown with Foster/White since 1983. Schwarz’s work is featured in many books and journals and is part of both public and corporate collections in Washington and the US. Schwarz creates a hand blown orb then grinds facets into the thin layers of colored glass allowing the viewer to look inside the piece at the structure created by refractions of light. His new work breaks the boundaries he has created; his organically-shaped glass components seem to grow out of the surface of the orbs.

Watch Glass Artist David Schwarz Z-Axis Series on PBS. See more from Oregon Art Beat.

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