College of Fellows
Tip Toland of Vaughn, Washington, is a full-time studio artist and a part-time instructor in Seattle.
Preston Singletary of Seattle spent years studying and participating at the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington.
Mark Pharis of Roberts, Wisconsin, was introduced to ceramics in 1967 at the University of Minnesota.
Kristina Madsen of Southampton, Massachusetts, trained under British-born furniture maker David Powell from 1975–1979 and has been building furnitu
Keith Lewis of Thorp, Washington, creates jewelry which deals with issues of sexual identity, memory, and loss and the notion of jewelry as a trans
Nancy Koenigsberg of New York City weaves, knits, and crochets copper and steel wire into sculpture that can be both evocative and abstract.
Karen Hampton of Lowell, Massachusetts, is a conceptually based fiber artist, addressing issues of colorism and kinship.
Teri Greeves (Kiowa) of Santa Fe, New Mexico, was born on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming where her mother ran a trading post.
Patti Warashina of Seattle, a ceramic artist, has art degrees from the University of Washington, where she also taught for 30 years.
John McQueen of Saratoga Springs, New York, is a basket maker of sculptural baskets.
Judy Kensley McKie
Judy Kensley McKie of Cambridge, Massachusetts, is recognized as a premiere figure in the American studio furniture movement.
Richard Marquis of Freeland, Washington, is a ceramic and glass artist who has exhibited at the Caterina Tognon Art Gallery, Venice Italy; Elliott
Lia Cook of Berkeley, California, combines weaving with painting, photography, video and digital technology to explore the sensuality and materiali
Jim Bassler of Palm Springs, California, is a well-known weaver. He has a BA and Master’s from UCLA.