Jamie Harris is a glass artist and lighting designer living in New York City. A graduate of Brown University, he has studied at many of the most prestigious glass schools in the country, including the Pilchuck Glass School, the Rhode Island School of Design, and the Corning Museum of Glass. Jamie's work has long been distinguished by his unique and painterly use of color and design. Jamie's approach to his work reflects a painterly perspective; his work is about loud splashes of color, about capturing the innate way glass transmits, reflects, and absorbs color. Although he employs the tools and craft of traditional Venetian glassmaking in his work, he is more interested in how he can reinterpret these techniques in unconventional ways, exploring a modern sensibility of color and color patterning. Jamie's sculpture can be found in galleries throughout the country, including Vetri and William Traver Gallery (Seattle, WA); Wexler Gallery (Philadephia, PA); Duane Reed Gallery (St. Louis, MO); Pismo (Denver, CO); and Maurine Littleton Gallery (Washington, DC).