2014 International Student Exhibition

Chicago, IL at the Palmer House Hotel

Thanks to all 113 students who participated in this year's exhibition! As always, we had some fantastic entries from our talented student members. Below are the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, plus honorable mentions. If you do not see your photo here, please contact


2014 International Student Exhibition



GAS would like to thank the jurors: Shane Fero, Jutta-Annette Page and Ken Saunders.

GAS would like to thank our award donors: The Corning Museum of Glass, Glass Axis, GOTT STEAMER© Glass Shaping System, His Glassworks, Inc., Steinert Industries and Uroboros Glass.


GAS_HeatherAhrens_Friday422.jpgFirst Place
Sarah Vaughn, Lost in a Little World
Rochester Institute of Technology

Second Place
Ryland Gulbrandsen, Apis Collective
University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

Third Place
Meng Du, Imaginary Friends
Rochester Institute of Technology

Honorable Mentions
Adam Cohen, Boat
Southern Illinois University Carbondale

James Downey, The Condition
University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

John Jordan, Caged Desire
University of Texas at Arlington

Namdoo Kim, Mommy will always be here for you, my baby
Rochester Institute of Technology

James Labold, Capitol Restorations 1 & 2
Ball State University

Lily Rawson, Worry Dog: Bitterness
University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

Shaheen Salehi, Organic
Sheridan College

Madeline Rile Smith, Arthropods
Tyler School of Art

Gina Zetts, While He Sleeps
Rochester Institute of Technology

About the 2014 International Student Exhibition & Sales

GAS invited all student members who were currently enrolled full-time in an accredited degree-granting program to participate in the International Student Exhibition & Sales in Chicago on March 2014. All work is original, professionally crafted, contains glass as the main element and was designed/created between 2013-2014.
A panel of jurors selected First, Second, Third place recipients as well as several Honorable Mention awards. Donated awards were given with the first place recipient receiving $1,000 USD cash award from the Corning Museum of Glass.

The Glass Art Society reserves the right to deny applications for Technical Display, advertising participation, GAS membership or the conference from anyone for any reason.