George Bucquet

George Bucquet began casting hot glass at Penland School, North Carolina in 1984. During his seven years working there he became a resident artist. After completing his studies, George moved to Arcata, CA, where he has continued to develop new and innovative techniques for creating his original contemporary forms. George's work is found in galleries around the world and in private collections of Rupert Murdoch, Bill Gates, Irvin Borowsky, Noel and Janene Hilliard, and the Estate of Jerry Garcia. His work can also be found in the permanent collections of the U.S. Embassy, Ottawa, Canada, the Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Lausanne, Switzerland, the Asheville Museum of Art, NC, the National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia, PA, and the White House.

Golden Leaves: Garland
4.5 x 16.5in.  Hot Cast Glass

Additional Artwork

George  Bucquet - Golden Leaves: Garland  

George  Bucquet - Peach Opal Ribbed Bowl  

George  Bucquet - Opal Putti Bowl  

George  Bucquet - Squash Blossom  

George  Bucquet - Little Fluted Bowl - Watercolor Opal  

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