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Glass Artist David Willis


David Willis works with glass in many forms. He’s blows glass, and also “paints” huge canvases, using tiny chips of glass, called “frit.” He shapes large dramatic sculptures that stand in galleries and embody the balance between the strength and fragility in glass. He’s inspired by nature, and works in a studio on the Columbia Gorge just outside Washougal, WA.

Producer - Katrina Sarson
Videographer & Editor - Tom Shrider
Audio - Randy Layton

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An Interview With Bluesman Curtis Salgado; Glass Artist David Willis; Painter Eva Speer; Rose Okada

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #1412
Original Broadcast: January 31, 2013