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1985-present Began apprenticing at age 12 with his father, the acclaimed artist, Narcissus Quagliata
1993-1998 California College of Arts and Crafts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, dual major: Industrial Design and Furniture. Graduated with high distinction.
1990-1992 Apprenticed under Catalonian glass artist, Joseph Fernandez Castrillo, in Barcelona, Spain
2001-present Design Director, PHUZE, a glass fusing company based in Mexico City
1999-present Designer, NOUVELL, a glass company based in Mexico City
1995-present Commissioned works for Bill Rush, Raoul Kennedy, Steve Levine, Danny Coster
1999-2001 Instructor, Three-dimensional Thinking, California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA
1997-2000 Teaching assistant and translator for Venetian glass master Mario Seguso, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA Teaching assistant for Lee Lyon, Jacqueline Spiro and Narcissus Quagliata
1996-1999 Design Assistant, CCD, the studio of furniture designer, Christopher C. Deam Assistant to Narcissus Quagliata, Santa Maria degli Angeli, Rome, Italy. Helped design and fabricate a crystal dome for the last architectural work of Michael Angelo Bonarotti at the national church of Italy. Installation completed in October 1999.
Exhibitions and Events
2001 Featured Artist, Vetri International Glass, Seattle, WA Group Show, Bul seye Connection, Portland, OR
2000 A New Wave in Glass, group show, Baisden Gallery, Tampa, FL Form Follows, group show, University of California at Davis, department of environmental design, Davis, CA Pilchuck Glass School Annual Auction, Seattle, WA
1999 Between the Lines, solo exhibition, James Irvine Gallery, San Francisco, CA Craps, installation, California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA 4@3A, group show at the 3A Garage South Park, San Francisco, CA Pilchuck Glass School Annual Auction, Seattle, WA
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