New York-based Jamie Harris is an award-winning, master artisan who creates the sublime out of molten glass. Jamie's pieces celebrate the innate way glass transmits, reflects and absorbs color, and all of his work shares a foundation in color and color patterning, merging a classic Venetian technical sensibility with a Modernist painterly approach.
A graduate of Brown University, Jamie has studied at some of the most prestigious glass schools in the country, including the Pilchuck Glass School, the Rhode Island School of Design, the Penland School of Crafts, the Haystack School and the Corning Museum of Glass. He also has worked alongside many of the most renowned glass artists in the world, including Dante Marioni, Josiah McElheny, Benjamin Moore, Kathy Eliot and Ben Edols.
A decorated artist, Jamie has received fellowships and awards from the Corning Museum of Glass, Creative Glass Center of America, Brooklyn Arts Council and the Metropolitan Contemporary Glass Group.
Jamie lives and works in New York, NY.
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