Public Lecture: Andy Buck & David Walters

Andy Buck – Furniture Workshop
Andy Buck is a furniture maker, sculptor, and educator. A full professor and program chair for the furniture design program at the Rochester Institute of Technology, he has also taught at the Oregon College of Art & Craft, and given workshops at Anderson Ranch, Haystack, Penland, and Peters Valley. His colourful work of furniture and sculpture is included in a many of private and public collections and is represented by Pritam & Eames in East Hampton, NY.
David Walters – Glass Workshop
After receiving his BFA in Glass from the Rhode Island School of Design, David Walters moved to Seattle to work for Dale Chihuly, for whom he still works to this day. There, he met Lino Tagliapietra and also began working as his assistant, a role he has had for 17 years that has taken him all over the world and provided the central influence in his life and work. Walters began experimenting with his signature painted enamel on glass technique during a 1995 residency at the Creative Glass Centre of America in Millville, NJ (where he had another residency in 2004), an intricate narrative style that distinguishes his work.
Image: David Walters (top) Blink (detail), 2011. Blown Glass, vitreous enamel and steel. H22, W13 1/2, D10 1/2. Photo Russell Johnson
Image: Andy Buck (lower)

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