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Rebecca Chernow

Rebecca Chernow - The Gyre, 2012 blown, slumped, fused glass

visited in 2008

Workshop: Glass

Rebecca Chernow is a native of upstate New York and a graduate of the Alfred University School of art and design with a BFA Degree in Glass Sculpture and Neon. She has been involved in multiple capacities at learning facilities with an emphasis in glass throughout the USA, such as; Glass Axis in Ohio, Corning Museum of Glass in New York, Pratt Fine Arts Centre in Seattle and the Pilchuck Glass School in Washington. Most recently she was the recipient of a hot glass fellowship at the Northlands Centre for Creative Glass in Lybster, Scotland where she began exploring her latest body of work. Rebecca currently works and lives in Seattle while exhibition her work throughout the United States and the United Kingdom.

Rebecca was the recipient of the Stephen Procter Fellowship in 2008, which allowed her to research and develop new work during the one month residency in the Glass Workshop of ANU School of Art. Rebecca worked on large scale installations, made from smaller components she made in collaboration with the student body at the Canberra School of Art.

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