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Pilchuck: A Glass School

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Pilchuck Glass School sits on 54 acres of isolated forest in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains of Washington State. When artist Dale Chihuly held the first summer workshop on the site in 1971, with the support of Seattle art patrons Anne Gould Hauberg and John Hauberg, he gave little thought to establishing an ongoing program. In this exhaustive history, author Tina ...more
Hardcover, 293 pages
Published October 1st 1996 by University of Washington Press (first published January 1st 1996)
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Patrick
Sep 06, 2012 Patrick rated it really liked it
An in-depth (to a fault!) history of the first 25 years of Pilchuck. Tons of great photos. Almost too much information, (lists of the teachers, courses, board members, teaching assistants, etc through out the years, for example). A great read for anyone interesting in the American glass movement!
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Jun 21, 2008 Taylor W. Rushing rated it it was amazing
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A flawless history of a wonderful place.
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