San Jose, CA (PRWEB) March 16, 2006
Pacific Artisans, (http://www.pacificartisans.net) the leading “by invitation” online commercial Community for Artisans and Artists is pleased to announce the addition to Glass Artisan, Richard Glenn, to the Community.
Mr. Glenn’s unique style of fused glass “photo collages”, which resemble the graphic Pop style of Andy Warhol brings a highly distinct collection of Work to the Pacific Artisans Community. Mr. Glenn inspiration for Glass Artistry began in 1989 after his first visit to the world renowned Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle, Washington. Mr. Glenn’s Work has been featured in group shows throughout the United States and recently, Mr. Glenn was the only glass artist to be selected in the museum exhibition, “What’s Pop” at the Susquehanna Art Museum.
“We are exceptionally fortunate and honored to have an Artisan of the caliber of Richard Glenn join the Pacific Artisans Community,” said Elliott Dahan, CEO of Pacific Artisans, “Richard brings a uniquely personal and distinctive style of Work to the Community.”
“I’m excited that Pacific Artisans will be a good venue for art lovers looking to collect interesting and unique work,” says artist Richard Glenn. “People collect art for many reasons; one of the strongest is when there is a connection between artist and collector. I know that Pacific Artisans will be that place where those connections will be created.”
Pacific Artisans enables interaction between Artisans, Artists and Consumers. It is the core belief of Pacific Artisans that people want to know more than just what the Artisan or Artist produced, they want to know who the Artisan is and what inspired the Artisan to create their Work. (http://www.pacificartisans.net)
CONTACT: Elliott Dahan, CEO, Pacific Artisans 408 293 2383 or email at [email protected]