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Glass Sculpture

Greg was introduced to the medium of glass as part of collaboration between Pilchuck Glass School and Alaska Indian Arts. A group of carvers in Haines were commissioned to make a 24-foot commemorative totem for the school campus. This totem was partially carved in Haines then shipped to the school in Stanwood, Washington. Working with students and glass instructors, the pole was completed and raised on site. Alaska Indian Arts, has a collection of photographs documenting this project at their website. Greg returned to Pilchuck in 2003 to study kiln casting. He is currently working on pieces combining cast glass, wood and neon.

If you are interested in purchasing one of these pieces, or are interested in additional pieces, send an email to Greg.


Clam Shell

Cast glass, wood, paint, neon

  • $1,800

  • Blue Raven

    Glass Raven

    Kiln cast glass raven

  • $5,000

  • pilchuck pole

    Greg's work on the Pilchuck Founder's Totem Pole

    cast glass

  • Pilchuck 2001

  • bear face

    Bear Face

    cast glass raven

  • Work in progress

  • glass bear paws

    Glass Paws

    cast glass

  • $350 each

  • Greg Horner, Woodcarving and Engraving
    PO Box 996
    Haines, AK 99827

    Last updated March 2006 - Leigh Horner, Webmaster