Choong Mock Yoo Zipper IV, glass and metal, 10" x 5.5"x 4.5"
Hong Sung Hwan, Vase, glass

Kuho Han, Green Vase, Blown Glass
Sang-Min Lee,
Wave of Imagination, plate glass, 15.75" x 11"

Jae Sik Kim, Killing two birds with one stone Laminated, engraved, and lamp worked glass, 13.75" x 13.75"
Jong Pil Pyun, Sea Image I, Blown Cut and Etched Glass, 34" x 10.5" x 10.5"

Global Art Venue

hot sculpted and cut glass with colored adhesive 2005, 7"h x 13"w x 7"d

Jiyong Lee
earned his MFA at Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, in 2001, and he taught four years at the Rochester Institute of Technology as a Visiting Assistant Professor since 2001. Lee was born and raised in Korea where he received a BFA in Ceramics Design from Hong-ik University. In 2005, he received the Emerging Artist Award from the Glass Art Society. He also received the Saxe Award in 2004 for the Outstanding Teaching Assistant from Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA. He was selected in the New Glass Review 24 and selected in several international competitions.

Embryo Segmentation14 x 4.5 x 7" Cast glass

“Cell Segmentation 3" 7"dia x 4" Cast glass

Stephanie Jae-Eun Baik Wins Schuetz Design Competition

Stephanie Jae-Eun Baik, G.G., took top honors at the 28th annual George A. Schuetz Design Competition with her suite of tie tacks and matching cufflinks. The international competition is dedicated to men's jewelry design.

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