|ACC interview with Chris Shea is online - click HERE.|
The "5 Question" format gives a too-brief glimpse into Chris' thought process, but includes his thoughts of the DC area and the Washington Glass School:
The Renwick Gallery has been a special source of inspiration and encouragement for me as have the members of the James Renwick Alliance, the support organization for the museum. The Washington Glass School, created by Tim Tate, Michael Janis, and Erwin Timmers is a second creative home for me, and for many other people, too. It's a kind of energy bank where I go for a spark of comradeship, collaboration, competition - and to find that special luminescence that glass can bring to the darker, heavier tones of forged metalwork. (ok, emphasis is mine, but still, phwoar!)
Chris recently had some of his forged steel furniture acquired by the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery - click here to read about his process. Congrats (again) Chris!
Click HERE for the American Craft article.
The American Craft Council (ACC) is a national, nonprofit educational organization founded in 1943 with a mission to promote understanding and appreciation of contemporary American craft. The ACC celebrates the remarkable achievements of the many gifted artists today who are working with a variety of materials.