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Born 1962 Lexington, KY

Lives and works in Arlington, WA




1987 Louisiana State University, Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts, Baton Rouge, LA

1987 Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA




Museum of Northwest Art, Portraits of the Divine, La Conner, WA


Macallan Distillery & Estate, The Salmon School, Aberlour Scotland

Museum of Glass, The Salmon School, Tacoma, WA


Mark Moore Fine Art, Her One Voice, Orange County, CA

Museum of Glass, Conservation From Here, Tacoma, WA

Balmoral Castle, The Salmon School, Ballater, Scotland

Traver Gallery, Divine Forms, Seattle, WA



COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference, Blue Zone, The Salmon School, Glasgow, Scotland

SCHOOL Creation Performances:

Blåst, Tromsø, Norway

Benefield-Spencer, Ballintoy, Ireland

The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

GAS Virtual Conference from Devereux & Huske, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA

Osaka University of Art, Osaka, Japan

STARworks NC, Star, NC

Urban Glass, Brooklyn, NY

Olympic National Park and Port Angeles Fine Art Center, Conservation From Here, Hurricane Ridge, Hoh Rainforest, and Port Angeles, WA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center, BOLD: The Barcode of Life, Huntington, NY (on exhibit since 2014)



Pilchuck Seattle, Ivory.125, Seattle, WA

Mark Moore Fine Art, Artifacts of the Feed, Orange County, CA

Mark Moore Fine Art, eDNA Silhouettes, Orange County, CA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center, BOLD: The Barcode of Life, Huntington, NY ( on exhibit since 2014)



Weir Farm National Historic Site, Conservation From Here, Wilton, CT

Bellevue Arts Museum, SCHOOL, Bellevue, WA

Schack Arts Center, Allure of the Fish, Everett, WA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center, BOLD: The Barcode of Life, Huntington, NY (on exhibit since 2014)



FORUM, The Hunted: Reflections of the Hunter, LaConner, WA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center, BOLD: The Barcode of Life, Huntington, NY (on exhibit since 2014)



Sagamore Hill National Historic Site and Oyster Bay Historical Society, Conservation From Here, Oyster Bay, NY

Pacific Lutheran University, Vanity, Tacoma, WA

Pilchuck Seattle, EDNA, Seattle, WA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center, BOLD: The Barcode of Life, Huntington, NY (on exhibit since 2014)



Lignet Roset & Millesime, Mimics, Philadelphia, PA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center, BOLD: The Barcode of Life, Huntington, NY (on exhibit since 2014)



ACME, EDNA, Anacortes, WA

Museum of Glass, Vanity, Tacoma, WA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center, BOLD: The Barcode of Life, Huntington, NY (on exhibit since 2014)



Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Whitewashed, Bainbridge Island, WA

Pacific Science Center, BOLD Moorea, Seattle, WA

Isaac Delgado Gallery of Fine Art, Whitewashed, New Orleans, LA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center, BOLD: The Barcode of Life, Huntington, NY



Museum of Glass, Mirrored Murrelets, Tacoma, WA

The Lowe Gallery, Presenting Joseph Rossano, Atlanta, Georgia

Center on Contemporary Art (COCA) Seattle, Whitewashed, Seattle, WA



San Diego Natural History Museum, BOLD, San Diego, CA

Pacific Science Center, The Barcode of Life, Seattle, WA



Google, Google Fusion Tables and the Art of DNA Barcoding, Mountain View, CA

South Australian Museum, The Barcode of Life, Adelaide, Australia



Bill Lowe Gallery, The Barcode of Life: Environment-Evolution-Exuberance, Atlanta, GA



Museum of Glass, Mirrored Murrelets [exterior installation in the Museum’s Mezzanine Plaza’s 100-foot-long reflecting pool], Tacoma, WA

Millenia Fine Art, Interdependence, Orlando, FL

Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Everything White, Toronto, Ontario, Canada



Museum of Glass, Half Life, Tacoma, WA

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, Cleveland, OH

Habatat Galleries, A Forest in Shadow, Chicago, IL



Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Bill Lowe Gallery, Unspoken Connections, Santa Monica, CA



Thomas R. Riley Galleries, Cleveland, OH

Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada



Bill Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Museum of Northwest Art, Vanished and Vanishing, La Conner, WA

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, Cleveland, OH



Habatat Galleries, Chicago, IL

Bill Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Bill Lowe Gallery, Joseph Rossano at The Lowe Gallery, Santa Monica, CA



Thomas R. Riley Galleries, Places in Time, Columbus, OH



Thomas R. Riley Galleries, Vanished and Vanishing, Kirkland, WA



Vetri Gallery, Seattle, WA




Schack Art Center, Exploring the Edge, Everett, WA

Museum of Northwest Art, Gippetto's Children, LaConner, WA

Traver Gallery, Gallery Artist Group Exhibition, Seattle, WA


Whatcom Museum, Fluid Formations, Bellingham, WA



Bellevue Art’s Museum, Bellevue Biennial Glasstastic, Bellevue, WA



Schack Art Center, Everett, WA

Museum of Northwest Art, The New Neo Naturalists, La Conner, WA



City of Bellevue, Bellwether 2014: connect, Bellevue, WA



National Science Foundation, Ecological Reflections, Washington, D.C.

Museum of Glass, Northwest Artists Collect, Tacoma, WA

Coos Art Museum, Playing with Fire, Coos Bay, OR



Grand Rapids Art Museum, Artprize, Grand Rapids, MI 

Anchor Art Space, Extended Outlook, Anacortes, WA

City of Bellevue, Bellwether 2012: regeneration, Bellevue, WA



Museum of Northwest Art, Wild/Life, La Conner, WA



The Lowe Gallery, Pulse: Signs of Life, Atlanta, GA



Echt Gallery, Chicago, IL

The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Anything but Clear: The Studio Glass Movement 1979 – 2009, Memphis, TN



Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art, Flock and Feathers: Birds in Culture, Science & Art, Scranton, PA

The Art Center, Narratives in Contemporary Glass, Highland Park, IL

Elliott Brown Gallery, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL



Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA

Elliott Brown Gallery, Green Matters, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL

North of Seattle Biennial, Past Forward, Anacortes, WA

Snohomish County Arts Council, The Art of Flight, Everett, WA



Galerie Internationale du Verre, Memory, Biot, France

Habatat Galleries, 34th Annual International Glass Invitational, Royal Oaks, MI

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, PalmBeach3, West Palm Beach, FL

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL



Habatat Galleries, Chicago, IL

Habatat Galleries, Fragile Nature, Royal Oaks, MI

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, PalmBeach3, West Palm Beach, FL

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA New York, New York, NY

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL



Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, FL

Bryan Ohno Gallery, Seattle, WA

Habatat Galleries, 32nd Annual International Glass Invitational, Royal Oaks, MI

Nikon Gallery, Photo Central, Traveling Group Photography Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan

Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto International Art Fair, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA New York, New York, NY



Bill Lowe Gallery, Selected New Works by Gallery Artists, Santa Monica, CA

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, Waterford Crystal Traveling Exhibition, Kirkland, WA

The Mansfield Art Center, Beauty Born of Fire-Contemporary Glass in America, Mansfield, OH

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA New York, New York, NY

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Homeland, Port Angeles, WA



Habatat Galleries, Team Chihuly, Chicago, IL

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL



Friesen Gallery, 25th Anniversary, Sun Valley, ID

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA New York, New York, NY

Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL



Thomas R. Riley Galleries, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL



STARworks NC, Residency, 2021

Pilchuck Glass School, Residency, 2019

Museum of Glass, Residency, 2018

Corning Museum of Glass, Neues Glas Review, Corning, NY

Northwest Explorers, Guest Lecturer, Northwest Chapter of The Explorers Club, Seattle, WA, November 2015

University of Washington, Guest Lecturer, “2D-3D,” Seattle, WA 2014

Museum of Glass, Residency, 2014

Hattie Ettinger Fund at The San Diego Foundation Grant, September 20ll

3form Supporting Artist Grant, August 2011

Smithsonian Institution, Artist’s Research Fellowship Nomination, 2010

Moorea Biocode Project (funded by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation) through an

art-science workshop held at the UC Berkeley Gump South Pacific Research Station on Moorea

(French Polynesia), 2009

Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, Biennial Award Nomination, 2009

Museum of Glass, Residency, 2007

Smithsonian Institution, Artist’s Research Fellowship Nomination, 2006

Ford Motor Company Fellowship with Earthwatch Institute, 2004

Awarded Earthwatch Community Fellowship with Dr. Astrida Onat’s “Traditions of Cedar, Salmon and Gold,” Skagit River Basin, WA

Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, Biennial Award Nomination, 2003

Pilchuck Glass School, Scholarship, 1987




Professional Artist, Arlington, WA, 1990–Present


Waterford Crystal, Waterford, Ireland, 1997–2004

Artistic Coordinator and Program Director for Artists in Residency: Dale Chihuly, Dan Dailey, Richard Royal, Richard Marquis, and Hiroshi Yamano. Oversight of project mission, schedule, and Waterford factory needs for artists, and development and coordination of traveling exhibit of artists’ work in the United States.


Dale Chihuly Studio - Seattle, WA, 1989–1997

Glass Studio Manager: Liaison between Dale Chihuly and team. Responsible for maintaining Chihuly’s artistic vision in the hot glass studio. Managed 30 full-time glass makers; supervised personnel, scheduling, contract negotiations, coordinating visiting artists, facility management, and studio maintenance; negotiated the contracts for special projects, supplier/contractor, and global offsite glass production; and oversaw glass studio expenses.


Special Projects Studio Manager: Facilitated the work of, and worked with such renowned artists as: Jeff Koonz, Italo Scanga, Lino Tagliapietra, Josiah Mclheny, and Jon Torriano.


Head Gaffer (glassblowing team leader): “Persian,” “Seaform,” and “Basket” series, worked with Italian glass masters Lino Tagliapietra and Pino Signoretto on “Venetian” series.


Project Manager Glass Production for Chihuly Over Venice: Developed relationships with international studios in Finland, Ireland, Mexico, Japan, Italy, and France. Managed glassblowing needs at each venue, facilitated artistic mission as directed by Chihuly, coordinated equipment and supply needs for each blow, and supervised staffing, travel, and costs.


Italo Scanga and Richard Royal, Seattle, WA, 1991–1996

Gaffer: Executed a series of Scanga’s glass pieces, and assisted on the execution of collaborative glass pieces between Scanga and Royal.


Pilchuck Glass School - Stanwood, WA

2001: Associate Gaffer with Nadège Desgenetez

1991–1993: Associate Gaffer with William Morris for works by Italo Scanga, Judy Pfaff, Patrick Reyntiens, Pike Powers, Steve Kirsch, and Lauren Ewing

1991: Associate Gaffer with Martin Blank on work by Damian Priour, Kurt Wallstab, Clifford Rainey, James Watkins, and Andrew Ginzel and Christian Jones.


Dan Dailey - Kensington, MA, 1990, 1987

Assistant: Assisted Richard Royal and Benjamin Moore in execution of blown-glass head series.


William Morris - Stanwood, WA, 1988–1989

Apprentice: Assisted William Morris in execution of series Early Artifacts, Standing Stones, Stone Vessels, and River Rocks, responsible for studio organization and public demonstrations.


Corning Museum of Glass with curator Thomas Buechner, Corning, New York, 1989, 1987

Assistant: with William Morris in fabrication of blown-glass sculpture representing Buechner's interpretation of Wagner's “Ring.”


William Dexter - Boyertown, PA, 1987

Apprentice: Assisted in fabrication of glass studio and served as vital member of production glassblowing team.


George Hoehne & Sons Design – Glen Cove, NY, 1985–1986




Arterra – Bellevue, WA

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art – Bainbridge, WA

City of Everett – Everett, WA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory – Cold Spring Harbor, NY

Embassy, United Arab Emirates – Washington, D.C.

Everhart Museum – Scranton, PA

Marshall Fields – Chicago, IL

Museum of Glass – Tacoma, WA

Museum of Northwest Art – La Conner, WA

San Diego Natural History Museum – San Diego, CA

St. Anthony's Hospital – Gig Harbor, WA

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site (Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library) – Oyster Bay, NY

Snohomish County – Everett, WA

Racine Art Museum – Racine, WI



Sandra Ainsley

Doug & Dale Anderson

Dr. Dennis & Lynn Chugh

Ronald & Susan Crowell

Robert & Cressida Douglas-Miller OBE

Peter & Sarah Landale

Dr. William & Dolores Nevins

Thomas & Synthia Riley

Ronald & Dolores Romeo

Barry Rosen

Norman & Elizabeth Sandler



Mackay, Iona. “Zambuni Adventure to Balmoral Castle, The Salmon School’s New Home,” Zambuni [UK], 12 April 2022.

Walker, David; Cameron, Lucinda; & Britton, Ruaraidh. “New Balmoral Castle art exhibition celebrating Queen's links to Scotland launched,” Aberdeen Live [UK], 3 April 2022.

Bell, Rachel. “Queen's life at Balmoral celebrated in exhibition,” BBC News, 1 April 2022.

Cameron, Lucinda. “Fish installation to go with the flow at Balmoral as part of Jubilee celebration,” The Scotsman, 1 April 2022.

Walker, David; & Cameron, Lucinda. “Queen's love for Balmoral Castle explored in new art exhibition on Royal Deeside,” Scottish Daily Express, 1 Apr 2022.

“Silver Shoal for Platinum Jubilee,” The Press and Journal [UK], 1 April 2022.

Cameron, Lucinda. “Contemporary artwork to be shown at Balmoral Castle for first time,” The Scotsman, 31 March 2022. [Crossposted on Barrhead News, Barry & District News, Basingstoke Gazette, The Impartial Reporter, STV News, Swanage & Wareham Voice, Upday News, and Witney Gazette.]

McBlane, Lewis. “Art installation heads to Balmoral to celebrate salmon conservation,” Grampian Online [UK], 19 March 2022. [Crossposted on Fisheries Management Scotland.]

Baker, Florence. “The tail end of COP26,” Canada’s National Observer, 2 December 2021.

“Fragility of Salmon,” Trout & Salmon [UK], 1 December 2021.

“Glass Salmon Created at STARworks on Exhibit at U.N. Climate Conference in Glasgow,” The Pilot, 18 November 2021.

“Artists Respond to COP26,” Hasta (St Andrews) [Scotland], 13 November 2021.

Allan, Alasdair, & Na h-Eileanan an Iar, Scottish National Party. “Wild Salmon Feature at COP26,” Scottish Parliament: Motion ref. S6M-02009, 9 November 2021.

Rickards, Charlotte. “COP26: How the art world is getting involved,” Country & Town House [UK], 4 November 2021.

Rickards, Charlotte. “Meet COP26's Shimmering Salmon Installation” [Interview with Joseph Rossano], Country & Town House [UK], 4 November 2021.

Stott, Grant. Interview with Joseph and Katherine Huskie [Radio Broadcast], BBC Radio Scotland Afternoon Show, 4th November 2021.

“Salmon School COP 26 Q&A,” Fulling Mill, 4 November 2021.

Shehadi, Lemma. “Artworks at COP26 in Glasgow and beyond shed light on the world’s climate crisis,” The National [UAE], 3 November 2021.

Mackay, Iona. “An International Collaboration Centred on Salmon,” Zambuni [UK], 2 November 2021. 

Mackay, Iona. “Major sculptural intervention, ‘Salmon School’ is now present at the heart of COP26,” Zambuni [UK], 1 November 2021. 

“12 craft exhibitions to see in the UK this November,” Crafts Council [UK], 1 November 2021.

“Artwork at COP26,” Making a Mark [UK], 1 November 2021.

Harris, Gareth. “Cop26: Six eco works popping up in Glasgow (and beyond) for the UN Climate Change Conference," The Art Newspaper [UK], 28 October 2021.

“Minister Meets the Salmon Stewards of the Future through Salmon School,” Fisheries Management Scotland, 28 October 2021.

Elwes, Annie. “A Fishy Business,” Country Life [UK], 27 October 2021.

Elwes, Annie. “A warning to the COP26: focusing on the salmon as an indicator species helps us gain a holistic view of the whole ecosystem,” Country Life [UK], 27 October 2021.

“A Salmon School Update,” Missing Salmon Alliance, 27 October 2021.

Shipton, Martin. “Landowner calls for action to tackle UK river pollution,” Western Mail [UK], 25 October 2021.

Topping, Caroline. “Salmon School Takes a Leap During COP26,” Daily Record [UK], 25 October 2021.

“Missing Salmon Alliance is Lead Partner Brining Salmon School to Heart of COP26,” The Game Fair & Game Fair Trade Newsletter [UK], 20 October 2021.

“Wild salmon on world stage at U.N. climate conference,” Atlantic Salmon Federation [Canada], 20 October 2021.

Smith, Kenny. “Raising Awareness of the Loss of Wild Salmon,” Scottish Field Magazine, 18 October 2021.

News bulletin interview with Alan Wells on Salmon School [Radio Broadcast], BBC North East Scotland Radio, 15 October 2021 & 20 October 2021.

Editors. “Salmon artwork takes centre stage at COP26,” Fish Farmer [Scotland], 15 October 2021.

Rossano, Joseph, & Rahr, Guido. “Comment: Salmon art exhibit will send global climate message,” Everett Herald, 11 October 2021.

“Missing Salmon Alliance is Lead Partner Bringing Salmon School to Heart of COP26,” Fish Focus [UK], 10 October 2021.

Amos, Ilona. “COP26: Striking fish artwork takes global stage to highlight extinction risk to wild salmon in Scotland and abroad,” The Scotsman [Scotland], 9 October 2021.

“Tacoma Artists’ Work Goes to UN,” Tacoma Weekly, 1 October 2021.

“Elk installation appears at fine arts center,” Peninsula Daily News, 9 May 2021.

“Joseph Rossano at Pilchuck School Exhibition Space, Seattle,” Glass Quarterly, Winter 2020, Issue #163.

Novak, Arina. “In Seattle exhibition, artist Joseph Rossano’s ‘Ivory Project’ explores the lengthy history of species extinction,” Urban Glass, 30 September 2020.

Revkin, Andrew. “Earth Institute Sunday Arts & Hearts Webcast - Featuring Artist Joseph Rossano,” Andrew Revkin webcast, July 19, 2020.

Mark Moore Fine Art. “‘School’ The Joseph Rossano Salmon Project - A Collaboration in Conservation,” Artsy, 6 May 2019.

Fiege, Gale. “Salmon School Ambassadors,” Everett Herald, 10 January 2019.

Stern, Ken. “Birds of a feather: owls and artists,” La Conner Weekly News, 7 February 2018.

Seidman, Alyssa. “Exploring how conservation has changed since Theodore Roosevelt’s time,” LI Herald, Oyster Bay Guardian, 22 December 2017.

Lane, Laura. “Elk signify the ‘promise and practice of conservation,’” Glen Cove Herald Gazette, 16-22 November 2017, vol. 26, no. 46.

Davison, Dave. “Tacoma Art Gallery,” Tacoma Weekly News, 26 October 2017.

“Joseph Rossano BOLD,” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 2015.

“Joseph Gregory Rossano Vanity with S.I. Berrios-Torres, MD.,” Museum of Glass - Tacoma, 2015.

Bookhardt, Eric D. “Joseph Rossano at The Delgado Art Gallery,” New Orleans Art Insider, June 2014.

Saulitus, Eva. “After the Whitewash: Facing the Exxon Valdez Disaster 25 years Later,” On Earth Magazine, 29 March 2014.

Lane, Sarah. “You and The Planet Are Running Out of Time: Don’t Miss BIMA’S Whitewashed,” Inside Bainbridge, February 2014.

Marano, Luciano. “The Very Last Polar Bears on The Planet? BIMA Showcases ‘Whitewash,’ The Environmental Art of Joseph Gregory Rossano,” Bainbridge Island Review, January 2014.

Graves, Jen. “Goodbye, Small Catfish from Ohio,” SLOG, 2 January 2014.

“Keeping up with Kyoto Prize Laureate Daniel H. Janzen,” Kyoto Prize,14 December 2013.

Upchurch, Michael. “Aussie-U.S. glass-art ties made clear at Museum of Glass,” The Seattle Times, 4 August 2013.

“Joseph Gregory Rossano -Whitewashed,” Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) Seattle, 2013.

Graves, Jen. “Whitewashed,” The Stranger Suggests, 14 May 2013.

“Artist of the Week,” Glass Roots Inc.,  5 March 2013.

Clayton, Alec. “Northwest Artists Collect,” The Weekly Volcano, South Sound Arts Etc., 1 May 2013.

Graves, Jen. “Birds With Plans, Lost Children and Degrees of Separation,” SLOG, 27 April 2013.

“Ecological Reflections, Sense of Place in Changing Places,” National Science Foundation, 2013.

Irwin, Shelly. “ArtPrize Artist Joseph Rossano,” WGVU Grand Rapids/NPR, 3 October 2012.

West, Peter. “Chihuly Outside,” Portland Press, 2012.

“In Our Home Waters,” Pacific Science Center, October 2012.

Arnold, Alison. “Biology and Technology ‘collide’ at Grand Rapids ArtPrize,” WMEAC Blog, 27 September 2012.

Kellett, Sarah. “Museum of South Australia Exhibition Barcode of Life,” A Schooner of Science, 9 December 2011.

Quimbly, Kelly. “Visual Art: The Barcode of Life,” Creative Loafing, 4 January 2010.

“BOLD: The Art of DNA Barcoding – BOLD: Moorea,” Ontario Genomics Institute, 2011.

“BOLD: The Art of DNA Barcoding – BOLD: Costa Rica,” Ontario Genomics Institute, 2010.

Zlotnick, Bradley. “Team Prasmadon Flies the Barcode Banner at ‘the Toughest 48hrs. in Sport,’” The Barcode Bulletin, December 2010.

Meyer, Christopher. “Art and Biocode,” Moorea Biocode Project, November 2010.

Burks, Christian. “The Art of Barcoding,” The Barcode Bulletin, March 2010.

Cobb, Benjamin & Susan Linn. “Kids Design Glass,” University of Washington Press, 2009.

West, Peter. “Chihuly in the Hotshop,” Portland Press, 2008.

“Cityline,” Tacoma TV, 12 June 2008.

Mudd Ruth, Maria. “The Elusive Marbled Murrelet: A Threatened Species,” Charter for Compassion, 2008.

Ponnekanti, Rosemary. “Only size could improve Murrelets exhibit at Museum of Glass,” The News Tribune, June 15, 2008.

Nagle, Matt. “Museum Of Glass Ready to Unveil Important Outdoor Art Installation,” Tacoma Weekly, 4 June 2008.

“Murrelets at Museum,” The Towhee, June 2008.

Rossano, Joseph. “In Tiffany’s Steps – A Contemporary Glass Artist’s Journey,” Morse Museum annual public lecture, 11 March 2008.

Yood, James. “A Forest in Shadow: Joseph Rossano at Habatat Galleries,” Glass Quarterly: Art:Design:Culture, No. 107, 2007, p. 67.

Arney, Sarah. “Rossano and Morris Art Now on Display at BAM,” Arlington Times, 21 February 2007.

Murray, Mike. “Northwest Reshapes N.Y. Artist,” Everett Herald, 10 December 2004.

Ament, Deloris Tarzan. “Joseph Rossano at the Museum of Northwest Art,” Artweek, April 2004, p. 27.

Fiege, Gale. “Art of the Land,” Skagit Valley Herald, 8 January 2004.

West, Peter. “Chihuly Garden and Glass,” Portland Press, 2004.

Yood, James. “Team Chihuly,” Glass Quarterly, Fall 2002, Number 88.

“Multimedia artworks are rooted in the Catskills,” Hudson Valley Daily Mail, 6 July 2002.

Chambers, Karen. “The Luck of the Irish,” Vetro, 10 March 2001, Vol. 10.

Chambers, Karen & Paul Roberts. “Vanished and Vanishing,” Riley Hawk, 1999.

“Pure Form Glass Jars Brighten Invitational Show,” Arlington Times/Marysville Globe, 7 July 1999.

West, Peter. “Chihuly Working With Lino Tagliapietra,” Portland Press, 1999.

“Chihuly Over Venice,” Dale Chihuly at various locations, KCTS Seattle/PBS, 1998.

Michael Barnard. “Chihuly River of Glass,” Portland Press, 1997.

“Dale Chihuly: Installations 1964-1992,” KCTS Seattle/PBS, 1993.

“Seattle Evening,” Dale Chihuly and crew working on Persian series, KCTS Seattle/PBS, 1991.

“The Home Show,” Dale Chihuly and crew working on Float series, KCTS Seattle/PBS, 1991.

“Today Show,” William Morris and crew making a glass blown Stone Vessel, NBC, 1989.

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