AWARDS/SHOWS:

"Sea Glass"
ArtFields, Lake City, South Carolina
April 2015

"Quilt of Humanity"
Top 100 at 2013 ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, Michigan
September 2013

"Reflected Awesomeness"
2013 ARTworks Beaufort, South Carolina
January 2013

"Sea Glass"
Top 100 at 2012 ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, Michigan
September 2012

Cooper River Bridge Run
Poster Artist
​March 2012

Greg Rawls - Kiln-Formed Glass - Sculptures & Vessels
Edward Dare Gallery - Charleston, South Carolina
March 2012

"Linear Regression" selected for the
2008 South Carolina State Museum
20th Anniversary Juried Art Exhibition

"Spirit of the Dance" - 2006 Piccolo Spoleto

Festival Petite Performance Pavilion

Poster, Charleston, South Carolina

"View from My Balcony in Alicante" - 1st place,
2006 Piccolo Spoleto Juried Art Exhibition,
Charleston, South Carolina

"In Repose" - 2nd place, 2005 Piccolo
Spoleto
Juried Art Exhibition, Charleston,
​South Carolina

Gregorie (Greg) Rawls

Kiln-formed glass is a very difficult medium due to issues of glass compatibility and the inherent fragility of glass. All of this makes it a most challenging art form. Glass, when properly worked, is amazingly strong and this strength makes a presence that will stand the test of time.

Glass is an eternal medium that has been worked, in one form or another, for several thousand years. Fused glass art was found in ancient Egyptian excavations and was a revered art form. The technique was lost and rediscovered about 50 years ago.  

“I am fascinated by the way light plays off glass, either transmitted or reflected, giving the work new meaning with changing light and viewing angle. I want my work to be simple and expressive, yet convey a sense of color and light in harmony. I have always been inspired by the colors of the Lowcountry. The marsh, ocean and incredible sunsets form my palette.”
 

​​​WORKS OF ART IN KILN-FORMED GLASS

​Greg Rawls has been creating kiln-formed (fused) glass since 1998. He has studied extensively with many accomplished glass artists and has developed techniques for taking kiln-formed glass in new directions. He earned a BS in Biology and a MS in Public Health from the University of South Carolina. He lived in Charleston for over 20 years and currently lives in Beaufort, South Carolina. He is pursuing glass art full time with his company, Gregorie Glass, which specializes in kiln-formed glass for art and architecture.

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Some pieces can be reproduced. The artist accepts commissions.

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