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Bryan J. Rubino

Bryan Rubino began blowing glass in January of 1982 for a small Seattle glass company. In 1984 he was introduced to the Venetian style of glass blowing. Bryan began working with other young glass blowers that had also been inspired by the style. In 1987, he received a scholarship to attend a class at the Pilchuck Glass school in Stanwood, Washington. The class, which combined technique and design also focused on the Venetian style of glass blowing.

After Pilchuck, Bryan was asked to work as the Master Craftsmen in residence at the school, continuing to do so one or two sessions a year from 1988 through 1992. Working with Artists from the United States and abroad provided him the opportunity to develop his own style, combining many traditional and modern techniques.

From 1988 Bryan worked frequently with Dale Chihuly and his designers on a number of large projects and became one of his main master craftsman. In 2001 he relocated to Olympia and started his own Glass Studio on Highway 101, designing and producing a large number of products for Chihuly until 2003.

In 2011 the company down sized and Bryan relocated to Seattle Washington. Currently, when he is not working on his own artwork or commissions he freelances, teaching and demonstrating.

Washington State University, Sam Smith Building Pullman, Washington.

Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington.

Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, Washington.

Lucier Restaurant, Portland, Oregon.

Seattle Seahawks, Renton, Washington.

Imperial Palace Hotel, Biloxi, Mississippi.

Novak Construction, Chicago, ILL.

Island View Casino Resort, Gulf Port, Mississippi.

CCAC, Oakland, California.

New Orleans School of Glassworks, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Palomar College, California.

Ebeltoft Museum and Glasshouse, Denmark.

Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington.

Nov’y Bor. Czechoslovakia.

Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

Taylor Shellfish Farms, Shelton, Washington.

Stokes Lawrence, P.S. Seattle, Washington.

Haight Accounting Firm, Bothell, Washington.


Pilchuck Glass, – Sea-Tac International Airport, Port of Seattle.

The Americans,  A Venetian Tradition, – West End Gallery,  Corning, New York.

Progressive Art Forms of the 90’s, – Garland Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

International Glass Symposium III, – Nov’y Bor, Czechoslovakia.

Glass museum, – Ebeltoft, Denmark.

Pilchuck perspective, – New Orleans, Louisiana.

Liquid Sand Exquisite Glass Goblets, -Tempe Fine Arts Center, Tempe, Arizona.

Old World Techniques and Contemporary Traditions, Kurland/Summers Gallery, Los Angeles, California.

The Goblet Show, – Maurine Littleton Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Goblet Show, – Grohe Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.

Mockingbird Gallery,-Bend, Oregon.

New Orleans School of Glassworks Gallery,- New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Annual Goblet Show, – The Glasshouse, Seattle, Washington.

Naples Gallery,- Naples, Florida.

Eclectic Imagery, – Eileen Kremen Gallery, Fullerton, California.

The Annual Pilchuck Glass Exhibition, – William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington.

The Great Goblet Show, -Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association, Alexandria, Virginia.

Foster White Gallery, – Kirkland, Washington.

Foster White Gallery, – Seattle, Washington.

Halls Gallery, – Kansas City, Missouri.

Etherton Gallery, – Tucson, Arizona

Kavish Gallery, – Ketchum, Idaho.

Kimzey Miller Gallery, – Seattle, Washington.

Museum of Northwest Art, – La Conner, Washington.

J. Gallery, -Hong Kong.

West End Fine Arts Gallery, -West Palm Beach, Florida.

Tienmu Gallery,”-Taipei,Taiwan.

“Heir Apparent, -Bellevue Art Museum. Bellevue, Washington.

Riley Hawk Gallery, -Kirkland, Washington.

Kane Marie Fine Arts Gallery, -Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Contemporary Art Center, – Virginia Beach, Virginia

Elka Rouskov Gallery, -Kirkland Washington.

Wynn Gallery, –Las Vegas, Nevada.

Fulcrum Gallery, Tacoma, Washington

Konstfakt School, Stockholm, Sweden.

Copenhagen, Denmark.

Ebeltoft Museum and Glasshouse, Denmark.

New Orleans School of Glassworks, New Orleans, Louisiana.

California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, California.

Sarnan, Switzerland.

Pratt, Seattle, Washington.

California State University, Fullerton, California.

Palomar College, California.


Gallery Mack, Seattle, Washington