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 Preston Singletary  (1964 - )

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Lived/Active: Washington / Sweden      Known for: glass vessels and blown glass, Tlingit imagery

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A member of the Tlingit Alaskan tribe but living in Seattle, Preston Singletary is known for stylized glass vessels in classical Tlingit forms and imagery, especially the rain-hat, a conical form with etched surface of symbols.  Because glass is so permanent, he sees that medium as a way of preserving Tlingit designs, but his pieces are unusual because traditionally tribal members have worked in wood, carving masks, totem poles, vessels and bowls.

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