Tag Archives: Collection Artist

Studio Jewelry at TAM – The Christopher and Alida Latham Display

The Pacific Northwest is celebrated as a pivotal center for the birth and growth of the contemporary studio glass movement. However, the region’s history as a key hub for studio art jewelry is not as well known. Through the advocacy and support of artists, collectors, and others in the jewelry community, TAM is fortunate to … Continue reading Studio Jewelry at TAM – The Christopher and Alida Latham Display

In Memoriam – Benjamin Moore

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Benjamin Moore, who was an important figure in the Northwest’s glass community as well as an internationally celebrated glass artist. He received his BFA from California College of Arts and Crafts under Marvin Lipofsky and his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design under Dale Chihuly. He later moved to Venice, Italy to further his understanding of classic … Continue reading In Memoriam – Benjamin Moore

In Memoriam – Nancy Worden

It is with heavy hearts that TAM recognizes the passing of internationally renowned jewelry artist and teacher Nancy Worden on Wednesday February 17, 2021. We send our sincere condolences to her family and loved ones. Worden was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1954. Her family moved quite frequently, finally settling in Ellensburg, Washington in the … Continue reading In Memoriam – Nancy Worden

Object of the Week – “More Time Expected”

“My pieces are meant for dialogue, for discussion, for thinking about…That’s my ultimate goal.”  Thomas Haukaas In More Time Expected, ledger, beadwork, and doll artist Thomas Haukaas (Rosebud Sioux Tribe) depicts more than twenty horses, with their knees bent, simulating forward movement across the picture plane.   The horses vary in color and adornment with … Continue reading Object of the Week – “More Time Expected”

Portraits Under Quarantine: An Interview with Steven Miller

Seattle based (and TAM collection) artist Steven Miller has been spending much of his time during the stay at home order creating a new series of work informed by the circumstances of the lockdown: Miller has been making photographic portraits of people as they self isolate in their homes. TAM spoke with the artist about … Continue reading Portraits Under Quarantine: An Interview with Steven Miller