Wexler Gallery

Andy Paiko

  • Seed Cloud, 2018
    Seed Cloud, 2018
    Glass, brass, walnut, LED light hardware
    46 x 25 x 53 in
  • Seed Cloud, 2018
    Seed Cloud, 2018
    Glass, brass, walnut, LED light hardware
    46 x 25 x 53 in
  • Seed Cloud, 2018
    Seed Cloud, 2018
    Glass, brass, walnut, LED light hardware
    46 x 25 x 53 in
  • Refraction Monologue, 2016
    Blown, mirrored glass, acrylic, steel cable, hardware.
    276"W / 192"D / 224"H
  • Refraction Monologue, 2016
    Blown, mirrored glass, acrylic, steel cable, hardware.
    276"W / 192"D / 224"H
  • Refraction Monologue, 2016
    Blown, mirrored glass, acrylic, steel cable, hardware.
    276"W / 192"D / 224"H
  • Andy Paiko, glass artist and designer represented by Wexler Gallery in Philadelphia, PA.
    Metronome # 3, 2014
    Blown, sculpted, assembled, glass, brass, leather. Kinetic.
    12 X 9 X 31 inches
  • Andy Paiko, glass artist and designer represented by Wexler Gallery in Philadelphia, PA.
    Indefinite Sum #6, 2015
    Blown, sculpted, etched, lacquered, assembled glass, mirror, brass
    12 X 48 inches
  • Andy Paiko, glass artist and designer represented by Wexler Gallery in Philadelphia, PA.
    Indefinite Sum #5, 2015
    Blown, sculpted, etched, lacquered, assembled glass, mirror, brass
    12 X 48
  • Andy Paiko, glass artist and designer represented by Wexler Gallery in Philadelphia, PA.
    Indefinite Sum #5-6, 2015
    Blown, sculpted, etched, lacquered, assembled glass, mirror, brass
    12 X 96 inches
  • Andy Paiko, glass artist and designer represented by Wexler Gallery in Philadelphia, PA.
    Metronome #1, 2013
    Blown, sculpted, assembled glass, and brass
    11 X 8 1/2 X 31 1/8 inches
  • Reliquary Group, 2013
    Blown, sculpted, assembled glass, walnut, maple, copper, brass, woodpecker feathers, poison oak seeds, paint
    8 X 8 X 26 1/2 inches
    10 X 10 X 30 1/4 inches
    6 1/2 X 6 1/2 X 24 1/2 inches

Based in Portland, Oregon, glass artist Andy Paiko is known for ambitious, technical works which explore the metaphorical and symbolic tension of form versus function. His work has been featured in such national and international print publications as American Craft, Hi-Fructose, Make, Glass Art Quarterly, the Corning Museum’s New Glass Review, and is included in public museum and private collections worldwide. Some recent exhibitions include the Renwick Gallery of Decorative Art at the Smithsonian’s 40 Under 40: Craft Futures, and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston’s Crafted: Objects in Flux. In 2015 Paiko received a Louis Comfort Tiffany Biennial Award.

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