Ruth Brockmann's Kiln Formed Glass Masks & Sculptures
Ruth Brockmann's work is inspired by the Myths & Legends of the Pacific Northwest and Myths & Legends from around the world. All works are original, one of a kind pieces and are on Plexi stands that are designed for masks. They can sit or hang on the wall. Brockmann's work is in the Permanent Collection of the Corning Museum of Glass.

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Ruth Brockmann
Glass Master
NW Glass Movement

Ruth Brockmann has been creating and innovating with art glass since 1978. She is a leader in the NW kiln formed glass movement. All work uses a kiln to create magical visions using ancient methods of fusing. slumping and layering of glass and gold honed by a contemporary master.  

Journey with Salmon Spirit
By Ruth Brockman
x 17.5" x 5"

Brockmann has shared her innovative techniques at schools & workshops throughout the world including teaching at the Pilchuck Glass School. She is featured in the book "Out of the Fire, Contemporary Glass Artists" and has numerous museum & public art pieces throughout the US including the Corning Museum of Glass, Washington & Oregon State Art Commissions and the Wheaton Museum of American Glass.

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Public Commissions Include
1992 Oregon Arts Commission: Portland State Office Building, Portland, Oregon. Two main entry lobby murals, "A Legend of Multnomah Falls" 6'6" x 23' and "The Bridge of the Gods" 6'6" x 26'5. Kiln fused cast glass and cement.
"Magic, Myth and Metamorphosis was the title of the Glass Art Museum Magazine that leads to an understanding of her vision & creations. "In Myth & Ancient Symbolism. there is a tremendous abundance of spiritual energy". I hope this is the basis and focus of my work

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