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Alicia Lomné - Glass Artist • pate de verre


Alicia Lomne works with the glass kiln casting technique of Pate de verre. Literally translated from French it means paste of glass. The process includes creating a model, making a mold, placing thin layers of powdered or frited glass with in the mold, and then firing the piece in a kiln. Alicia works primarily with open faced molds and is most compelled by the exact color placement and sculptural possibilities that pate de verre offers.

 

Resumé

Born: Bastia, Corsica, France, 1972
Resides: Langley, WA

EDUCATION
2005 Penland School of Crafts, Mold Making, Steven Hieneman and Tom Spleth
2004 Penland School of Crafts, Glass Casting, Daniel Clayman
2003 Pratt Fine Arts Center, Pate de Verre with Dolores Taylor
1999

Pratt Fine Arts Center, kiln casting and mold making with Susan BalshorPratt Fine Arts Center, advanced kiln casting with Tina Aufiero

1998 Pratt Fine Arts Center, Pate de Verre and casting with Jeanne Ferraro
1993-1991 California College of Arts and Crafts, studied with Clifford Rainey and Ruth King
1990 Apprenticeship to John Ligget at Richard Marquis’ Studio
1989 Pilchuck Glass School, kiln casting with Clifford Rainey.
1988 Swain school of Design

 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
2002 Whidbey General Hospital, Quiet Room, Donor Recognition wall installation. In collaboration with David Gignac
2001 Swedish Hospital piece purchase for The Cancer Institute Collection in Seattle, WA
1999 Pratt Fine Arts Center, Financial Scholarship Award, Seattle, WA
Bullseye Glass Company, Artist in Residence, Portland, OR
1989 Nominated for the Corning Award while attending Pilchuck.

 

TEACHING AND DEMONSTRATIONS
2012  Instructor at Bullseye Glass, Santa Fe, NM
Instructor at Bullseye Glass, Emeryville, CA
Instructor at Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA
Instructor at Penland School of Crafts, North Carolina
Instructor at Bullseye Glass, Portland, OR
Instructor at Hot Glass Houston, Houston, TX
2011 Instructor at Bullseye Glass, Portland, OR
Instructor at OATKA Glass School, Batvia, N.Y.
Instructor at Hot Glass Houston, Houston, TX
Instructor at Bullseye Glass, Portland, OR
Instructor at Weisser Glass, Kensington, MD
Instructor at Bluedog Glass, Moorabbin, Australia
Instructor at Perth Art Glass, O'Conner, Western Australia
2010 Instructor at Creative Glass, Zurich Switzerland
Instructor at Bullseye Glass, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2009 Instructor at Pilchuck Glass School, Washington
Instructor at Bullseye Glass, Portland, Oregon
2008 Instructor at Anla Glass, Silkeborg, Denmark
Instructor at Creative Glass, Zurich, Switzerland
2007 Instructor at Bullseye Glass, Portland, Oregon
Slide lecture and Demonstration at Bullseye Glass Resource Center
2006 Instructor at Bullseye Glass, February
Slide lecture and Demonstration at Bullseye Glass Resource Center
Instructor at Anla Glass in Silkeborg, Denmark
2005 Instructor at Bullseye Glass, April
Instructor at Bullseye Glass, July
Panel discussion and slide show at Becon
Demonstration for Henry Halem’s class at Penland School of Crafts
2004 Demonstration and slide lecture for the G.A.S. conference
Demonstration for Daniel Clayman’s class at Penland School of Crafts
2003 Demonstration of Pate de verre at Northwest Glass for G.A.S. conference
Instructor at The Penland School of Crafts
Served on a Panel of four speaking about pate de verre at the Becon conference
2002 Workshops in Pate de verre at Alicia Lomne studios


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2012 " Fifty by Fifty", Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI
"Whidbey Island Glass Invitational", Museo, Langley, WA
"50 Years of Glass", Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
"Spring Instructor Exhibit", Penalnd School of Crafts, Penland, NC
2011 " Whidbey Island Glass Invitational", Museo, Langley, WA
" Tresspassing", Pucini Lubel, Seattle, WA
" Alicia Lome, Seed Thoughts", Museo, Langley, Wa
2010 “Alicia Lomne”, Museo, Langley, WA
“Whidbey Island Glass Invitational”, Museo, Langley, WA
"Glass Now Auction", National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia, PA
2009 “SOFA Chicago 2009”, Riley Galleries, Cleveland, OH
“Wire We Here?”, Museo, Langley, WA
“Filling the Void”, Bullseye Gallery, Portland, OR
2008 “Glass Quake”, Mobilia, Cambridge, Mass.
“ Big Ideas/Small Packages: Magnificent Glass Under 20”, Berstrom Mahler Museum, Neenah, Wisconsin
“ Whidbey Island Glass Invitational”, Museo, Langley, WA
2007 “SOFA Chicago”, Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, Ill.
“Alicia Lomne Glass”, Museo, Langley, WA
“Whidbey Island Glass Invitational,” Langley, WA
“Clear Your Mind: Contemporary Glass Invitational”, The Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa
2006 “ Sui Generis,” Museo, Langley, WA
Marx Saunders Gallery for SOFA, Chicago, Ill.
“Whidbey Island Glass Invitational,” Langley, WA
2005 “Particle Theories: International Pate De Verre And Other Cast Glass Granulations,” Museum of American Glass, Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ.
“Mint Condition Gala”, Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC
“ The Cribbs Family Show”, Museo, Langley, WA.
“ 8th Annual Whidbey Island Glass Invitational,” Museo, Langley, WA.
“Glassweekend,” The Bullseye Connection Gallery, Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ.
“SOFA Chicago,” The Bullseye Connection Gallery, Chicago, ILL.
2004 “Mardi Gras Show,” Museo, Langley, WA.
“ Four Women in Warm Glass,” The Kentucky Museum of Arts and Design, Louisville, KY
“ Gallery Artists: Beginnings,” Pacini Lubel, Seattle, WA.
“SOFA Chicago,” Bullseye Connection Gallery, Chicago, Ill.
2003 “Glimmerings Two,” two-person show, William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA
“The Glass Vessel: An International Invitational,” Kentucky Museum of Arts and Design, Louisville, KY
“Alicia Lomné, mixed media,” Museo, Langley, WA
“Palm Beach Town and Country Art Expo,”Bullseye Connection Gallery, W. Palm Beach, FL
“SOFA Chicago, “ Bullseye Connection Gallery, Chicago, Ill.
“Familial Ties,” Penland school of crafts, Penland, N.C.
Two-person exhibition, Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, FL.
2002 “Palm Beach Town and Country Art Expo,” Marx Saunders Gallery, W. Palm Beach, FL
“Exploring The Human Spirit in Glass,” Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, FL
“SOFA,” ,Marx Saunders Gallery, New York, NY
“Whidbey Island Glass Invitational,” Museo, Langley, WA
“SOFA,” Marx Saunders, Chicago, IL.
“ Contemporary Glass 2003,” Hababtat Galleries, Boca Raton, FL
2001 “Glimmerings,” Two person show, Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL
“Whidbey Island Glass Invitational,” Museo, Langley, WA
“Glass Weekend,” Marx Saunders, Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ
“SOFA,” Marx Saunders, New York, NY
“SOFA,” Marx Saunders, Chicago, IL.
“Dia de los Muertos,” Bayview Gallery, Langley, WA
“The Holiday Toy Show,” Museo, Langley, WA
2000 “New Work by Gallery Artists,” The Bullseye Connection Gallery, Portland, OR
“ SOFA,” Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, Ill.
“ Glass America 2000,” Heller Gallery, New York, NY
“Whidbey Island Glass Invitational,” Museo, Langley, WA
“The Holiday Show”, Two person show, Museo, Langley, WA
1999 “Whidbey Island Glass Invitational,” Museo, Langley, WA
“A Box Show,” Bayview Studios, Bayview, WA
“SOFA,” Bullseye Connection Gallery, Chicago, IL.
1997 “The Mask Show,” Bayview Studios, Bayview, WA
1990 Collection Gallery, Seattle, WA
 
COLLABORATIVE WORKS WITH KéKé Cribbs
2002 “Twenty-fifth Anniversary Show,” William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA
2001 “Hot Glass,” Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, MA
“Palm Beach Town and Country Art Expo,” W. Palm Beach, FL
“New Artists, New Work”, William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA
2000 “Contemporary Glass 2000,” Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, FL
“SOFA,” New York, NY
“ Elliptical Journeys,” Kéké Cribbs at Leo Caplan Modern, NY, NY
“SOFA,” Chicago, IL
“Palm Beach Town and Country Art Expo,” W. Palm Beach, FL
1999 “Glass Weekend,” Millville, NJ
“SOFA,” New York, NY
Solo exhibit of KéKé Cribbs, Habatat, Boca Raton, FL
“Sea-Tac International Airport Contemporary Glass Art Exhibition,” Seattle, WA
“Glass America,” Heller Gallery, New York, NY
The Pratt Fine Arts Auction, Seattle, WA
“Mosaïques,” Kéké Cribbs at Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL
1998 “SOFA,” New York, NY
1995 Solo exhibit of KéKé Cribbs, Grover/Thurston Gallery, Seattle WA

 

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