Happy New Year to Everyone!
We hope this new year that launched with a Full Moon is ringing in wonderfully for you!  For us this year marks 25 years of collaboration.  Thank you for your ongoing support and appreciation of us and our work; we could not continue our exploration and discovery without you!

We’re excited to announce we have a feature article in Glass Art Magazine, to accompany our podcast from October 2017.  Check out newsstands, bookstores or order direct from Glass Art Magazine!

On the Cover!      Jan/Feb issue 2018


Celebrating 25 Years of Collaboration @ Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
June 23 – September 30, 2018
Private Preview Party, Members & Donors, Friday, June 22, 6:30 – 9 p.m.
Public Opening, Saturday, June 23, 2 – 5 p.m.
Artists’ Party, Saturday, June 23, 6-9 p.m. (We’ll post this invitation with RSVP at a later date.)

Mark your calendars!  Fly in for a visit!  Curated by Greg Robinson, who has tracked nearly our entire collaborative history, this overview of our work will showcase our innovation in storytelling and presentation using glass as our primary medium.  Our first collaborative venture took place in 1993 with an auction donation to Pratt Fine Arts Center.  We thrived on the interaction; our piece fetched its value; and before we knew it we were entirely engaged collaboratively.

Twenty-five years later with our work among museum, private and public collections nationwide, we continue to innovate and create.  And today, Jenny is serving as the president of the board of Pratt and Sabrina is working as chair of the Pratt’s auction committee.  Who knows what the next 25 years will bring!


Gallery Representation

Hats off to our galleries, most notably Duane Reed of Duane Reed Gallery and his partner Glenn Schrivner, who offered us our first national exposure through SOFA Chicago in 2001!  We have added a Galleries page under Profile in this site.  Review it to see the work we have on display at locations near you and support your local galleries!


Reminder:  Making Our Mark @ Bellevue Arts Museum through April 15th

Don’t miss this unbelievable testament to the talent of instructors who have taught at Pratt Fine Arts Center during the last 40 years.  Michael Monroe curated and orchestrated works in every imaginable medium by nearly 300 artists into a seamless river of creativity.  Truly a profound experience.  How did he do it?  He’s Michael Monroe!