Venetian Hypnotic (number 2), 2012
Blown and Assembled Glass
"Deborah Czeresko has been a glassblower/artist for 19 years, starting in 1987, most of those years living and working in New York City. She began working with glass following completion of her Bachelor of Arts in psychology at Rutgers University in New Jersey. She started by focusing on Venetian techniques, studying with several masters of the material, including William Gudenrath, Lino Tagliapietra, Pino Signoretto, Dino Rosin, and Elio Quarissa. Now, her artistic philosophy combines two basic points: everything has an essential, inescapable nature; and, balance equals harmony. Using this inspiration, she makes work that is directly influenced by the material. Deborah has exhibited extensively in New York and Louisiana. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Glasmuseum Ebeltoft, in Ebeltoft, Denmark and the Frauenau Glasmuseum, in Frauenau, West Germany. She has received several full scholarships from Pilchuck Glass School and from Tulane University, where she received her Master of Fine Arts. Deborah has received a fellowship from Metropolitan Contemporary Glass, and residencies from Appalachian Center for Craft and Bild-werk Frauenau. In addition, she has been teaching and lecturing for 16 years and her work has been featured in several well-known magazines, including Interior Design, Dwell Magazine, House and Garden, and Glass Magazine."
Bio from Catalog of Past Fellows, Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center
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