Kathleen Mulcahy


About

With a Masters of Fine Arts in glass sculpture and 3D design from Alfred University, Mulcahy directed the glass studio programs at Bowling Green State University in Ohio and Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. She then went on to develop the Pittsburgh Glass Center, one of the top public access glass studios in the nation for which she was honored as Pennsylvania Artist of the Year in 2013. During this time, her own work — installation pieces, cast glass, blown glass objects — evolved into unique and poignant statements. Her glass works are in many public and private collections including the American Craft Museum, The Corning Museum of Glass, The Carnegie Museum of Art, The Renwick Galleries of the Smithsonian Institution and The Westmoreland Museum of Art. Mulcahy has won numerous awards including grants from the NEA, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and a Fulbright.

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Work Selection

 Kathleen  Mulcahy - Alchemist's Dream, 2017.

Alchemist's Dream, 2017.