HAYDEN WILSON

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HAYDEN  WILSON
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HAYDEN  WILSON Combination Wrench

Combination Wrench
- Sand-cast glass, fused steel
17 x 2-1/2 x 1 in
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HAYDEN  WILSON Combination Wrench
Combination Wrench
Sand-cast glass, fused steel  
17 x 2-1/2 x 1 in
Sold
HAYDEN  WILSON Gold and Aurora Murrine Vessel
Gold and Aurora Murrine Vessel
Blown glass  
19-1/2 x 7 x 7 in
$ 725
HAYDEN  WILSON Passing By
Passing By
Glass powder print on sheet glass  
12 x 48 x 4 in
$7,400
HAYDEN  WILSON Pipe Wrench (red)
Pipe Wrench (red)
Kiln-cast glass, fused steel  
14 x 3 x 1 in
$ 850
HAYDEN  WILSON Pipe Wrench No. 1
Pipe Wrench No. 1
Sand-cast glass, fused steel  
13-1/2 x 3 x 1-1/2 in
$ 875
HAYDEN  WILSON Pipe Wrench No. 2
Pipe Wrench No. 2
Sand-cast glass, fused steel  
35 x 5-1/3 x 1-1/2 in
$2,250
HAYDEN  WILSON The Wall
The Wall
Glass powder print on blown glass  
15 x 15-1/2 in
$ 750
HAYDEN  WILSON Crescent Wrench No. 1
Crescent Wrench No. 1
Sand-cast glass, fused steel  
10 x 3 x 1 in
Sold
HAYDEN  WILSON Crescent Wrench No. 2
Crescent Wrench No. 2
Sand-cast glass, fused steel  
23 x 6 x 1-1/2 in
Sold

HAYDEN  WILSON

HAYDEN WILSON

HAYDEN WILSON Biography

Hayden received his BFA at the University of North Carolina at Asheville (2007).

HAYDEN WILSON Statement

“I grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina. As a child I was exposed to a very creative environment as my father was a glassblower and my mother a potter. I began my exploration into glass art after attending a glass casting class taught by Hank Adams at the Penland School of Crafts.

Soon after graduating I began working for glass artist Alex Bernstein, creating one of a kind cast and carved sculptures. This opportunity allowed me to further immerse myself in the world of glass, taking me to the Pilchuck Glass School as well as Penland School of Crafts as a teaching assistant.

In 2008 I was asked to help with equipment setup and instruction at the Jackson County Green Energy Park, a glass studio in the area that is fueled by landfill gas. In the summer of 2010 I began working at the Asheville Glass Center helping manage the studio and teaching classes. These experiences have allowed me to expand my skill and knowledge of glassmaking and given me an environment to experiment and create.”

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