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Ed Slawson and Virginia Dejewska

Ed and Virginia have worked together as studio glass artists since 1974. Their work first began in architectural stained glass commissions and restorations including the use of photo-silkscreened, painted/stained, etched, fused and blown components. Teaching venues include the Community Fiber School, Tenants Harbor Maine; Riley School, Rockport, Maine; and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts as well as privately in their studio. They have been flameworking both soft and borosilicate glass since 1993. Members of the Maine Crafts Association, International Society of Glass Beadmakers, and the Glass Art Society.

Virginia's studies include work at the School of Visual Arts, Alfred University, Corning, Maine College of Art, and University of Southern Maine. Both Ed and Virginia have worked extensively at Haystack; Virginia has studied with Dale Chihuly, Lino Tagliapietra, Flora Mace, Joey Kirkpatrick, Bill Daley and Joe Furguson; both have studied with Dudley Giberson, Susie Shapiro, Andrew Magdanz, and Brian Kirkvliet. Ed also designs and builds glass studio tools and equipment, and his diverse skills include both traditional and digital photography, and website design and development. Their work is in private and public collections, including two Maine Percent for Art commissions.
Virginia at torchEd working at the torch