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Dan Dailey has taught at numerous glass programs including RISD, Pilchuck and Haystack and given

lectures and workshops throughout the US, Europe and Japan.               He has been an independent

artist/designer for Cristallerie Daum, France for the past twenty years, and has worked for Fenton Art

Glass Co., Steuben Glass and other companies. He has received a Fulbright Fellowship to Italy where he

worked at the Venini glass factory on the island of Murano. He has been the recipient of fellowships from

both the Massachusetts Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts and an Honorary

Lifetime Membership to the Glass Art Society. In 2000 he was honored with the Libensky Award, the fifth

Artist Series release, by Chateau Ste. Michelle Vineyards & Winery and in 2001 he was awarded the

Masters of the Medium Award by the James Renwick Alliance. Since 1971 he has participated in over 250

groups juried and invitational exhibits and has had numerous one-person museum and gallery exhibits

including a major retrospective at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution. He has completed

more than 50 architectural commissions for corporate headquarters, hospitals, municipalities, a county

courthouse and private residences, which consist of large cast glass murals, bronze and glass lamps,

sculptural tables, a bronze stair railing, exterior residential doors, mosaic framed mirrors, a large scale

drawing and a complete dining room including: walls, floor, doors, ceiling, table, chairs, lamps, a

chandelier, wall sconces, and console. His work is represented in 42 museum collections in the USA,

Europe, Australia and Japan.




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Dan Dailey

Born

1947, Philadelphia, PA

Education

1969             BFA, Philadelphia College of Art
1972             MFA, Rhode Island School of Design


Awards

1998                     Honorary Lifetime Membership Award, Glass Arts Society
1989                     Masters Fellowship, Creative Glass Center of America
1985 – 1987              Finalist, Massachusetts Council on the Arts Fellowship
1980                     Massachusetts Council on the Arts Fellowship – Glass
1979                     National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship – Glass
1975 – 1979              Fellowship at the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Cambridge, MA
1972 – 1973              Fulbright Hayes Fellowship, Venice, Italy
1970 – 1972              Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Professional Experience

1996 – present           Board Member, The Glass Art Center, Bradford College, Bradford, Massachusetts
1990 – present           Advisory Board, The Renwick Alliance, the University of the Arts, Smithsonian
                         Institute, Washington, D.C.
1988 – present           National Advisory Board, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1976 – present           Independent Artist / Designer, Cristallierie Daum, Paris and Nancy, France
1998                     Invited Artist, Waterford Crystal, Kilbarry, Waterford Ireland
1994                     Jury for Creative Glass Center of America fellowships – Created CGCA fundraising
                         poster for Dodge Foundation and NJ Council for the Arts
1983 – 1992              Board of Trustees, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME
1975 – 1989              Founder and Head of Glass Program, Massachusetts College of Art
1979 – 1988              Advisor, New York Experimental Glass Workshop, NY
1984 – 1985              Designer, Fenton Art Glass Co.
1984 – 1985              Designer, Steuben Glas, New York, NY
1984                     Designer, Herman Miller Co., Zeeland, MI
1980 – 1982              President, Glass Art Society
1978 – 1982              Board of Directors, Glass Art Society


Teaching Positions

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Lansdowne Friends School in Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia Public Schools, PA
Rhode Island School of Design, RI
Southeastern Massachusetts University, MA
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME
Pilchuck School, Stanwood, WA


Lectures / Demonstrations

Appalachian Center for the Crafts, Smithville, TN
Architects Collaborative, Atlanta, GA
Arvada Arts Center, Denver, CO
Asilomar Conference Center, Santa Cruz, CA
Bartlett Museum, Amesbury, MA
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL
Bunka Center Auditorium, Sato, Japan
California State University, Long Beach, CA
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Cleveland Art Institute, Cleveland, OH
Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York, NY
Cornish College of Art, Seattle, WA
Currier Museum, Manchester, NH
Harvard School, Los Angeles, CA
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
Hinckley School, Hinckley, ME
Illinois State University, Urbana, IL
Kent State University, Kent, OH
League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, Exeter, NH
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angels, CA
Lowe Art Museum Benefit Committee, Miami, FL
Marshall University, Huntington, WV
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
Miasa Center, Miasa, Japan
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
New Art Forms Exposition, The Collectors Alliance, Chicago, IL
New York Experimental Glass Workshop, New York, NY
Niijima Glass Center, Niijima Island, Japan
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, CA
Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA
Portland State University, Portland, OR
Project Image Lecture Series, British Columbia Glass Art Association

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Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
Sierra College, Rocklin, CA
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
The American Craft Museum, New York, NY
The Attleboro Museum, Attleboro, MA
The Brockton Museum, Brockton, MA
The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY
The Creative Glass Center of America, Millville, NJ
The George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The National Glass Seminar, Washington, D.C.
The Pratt Center of the Arts, Seattle, WA
The Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Museum, Washington D.C.
The Smithsonian Museum of American History, Washington, D.C.
The St. Louis Museum of Art, St. Louis, MO
The Urban Glass Center, New York, NY
Toyama City Institute of Glass Art, Toyama, Japan
Tulane University, G.A.S. Conference, New Orleans, LA
Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
University of Illinois, Normal, IL
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, WV
West Surrey College of Art and Design, Farnham, West Surrey, England
Yamaha Corporation Hall, Ginza, Tokyo, Japan


Selected Exhibitions

2010          New Work, Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, CA
2007          Viva Vetro! Glass Alive! Venice and America, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
1998          Glass Today by American Studio Artists, Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, CA
              Translucent and Opaque : Contemporary Glass, Port of Seattle 1998 Glass Exhibition,
              Seattle – Tacoma International Airport, Seattle, WA
1997          Artistes Verriers Contemporains Europe, Etats – Unis, Japan, Musée des Arts Decoratifs de
              la Ville de Laussanne, Lausanne, Switzerland
              Inaugural Exhibition, Glass Museum at the Museo del Vidrio, Monterey, Mexico
              Food, Glorious Food: Artists and Eating, Wustum Museum, Racine, WI
              Masters of Contemporary Glass: Selections from the Glick Collection, Indianapolis Museum
              of Art, IN
              Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, CA
              Translucent and Opaque: Contemporary Glass, Port of Seattle 1997 Glass Exhibition,
              Seattle – Tacoma International Airport, Seattle, WA
              Glass Today, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
1996          Studio Glass in the Metropolitan Museum of Art , Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,
              NY
              Massachusetts College of Art Main Gallery, Boston, MA
              Glass: New England, Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA
              Just Add Water: Artists and the Aqueous World, Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts,
              Racine, WI

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              Venezia Aperto Vetro, Assorati alla Cultura, Venice, Italy
1995          A Powerful Presence: Pilchuck Glass School’s 25 Years, Bumbershoot 1995, Seattle, WA
              Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, CA
              Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
              Light Interpretations: A Hanukah Menorah Invitational, Jewish Museum of San Francisco,
              San Francisco, CA
              Taipei International Glass Exhibition, China Times, Taipei, Taiwan
              Massachusetts College of Art Faculty Exhibition, Boston, MA
              Masters of Glass, Port of Seattle, Pilchuck Glass Exhibition, Seattle, WA
              East Coast Glass, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC
              Hisinchu Cultural Center, Hisinchu, Taiwan
1994          Massachusetts College of Art Exhibition, Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA
              Close Encounters of the Creative Kind, American Craft Museum, New York, NY
              International Survey of Contemporary Art Glass, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh, PA
1993          Saxe Collection, Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH
              CGCA Glass Weekend, Creative Glass Center of America, Millville, NJ
              The Rhode Island Connection: Thirteen Contemporary Glass Masters, Newport Art Museum,
              Newport, RI
              Glass ’93 in Japan, Japan Glass Artcraft Association, Tokyo, Japan
              Close Encounters of the Creative Kind, American Craft Museum, New York, NY
              Year of the Craft , Iowa State University’s Brunnier Gallery & Museum, Ames, IA
1992          Glass ’92, Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, CA
              Visions, Rufino Tamayo Museum, Mexico City, Mexico
              Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA
              Clearly Art: The Pilchuck Legacy, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, MA
              International Directions in Glass, The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, West
              Australia
              Glass From Ancient Craft to Contemporary Art : 1962 – 1992 and Beyond, The Morris
              Museum, Morristown, NJ
              Off the Wall, American Craft Museum, New York, NY
1991          Masters of Contemporary Glass, Naples Philharmonic & Museum, Naples, FL
              World Glass Now ’91, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo, Japan
1990          Contemporary Development in Glass : A Season of Light , Davenport Museum of Art,
              Davenport, IA
              Art Focus, New England Biolabs Foundation, Beverly, MA
1990          Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations, Rice University, Houston, TX
              Lamporama ’90, Bank of Boston Gallery and Artist Foundation Gallery, Boston, MA
              Craft Today USA, European Tour ’89 – ’92, American Craft Museum, New York, NY
1989          Common Roots / Diverse Objectives / RISD Alumni in Boston, Brockton Art Museum,
              Brockton, MA
              The Vessel : Studies in Form & Media, Craft & Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA
1988          25th Anniversary Fellows Exhibition, Center for Advanced Visual Studies, MIT, Cambridge,
              MA
              Architectural Art , American Craft Museum, New York, NY
              30 Years of New Glass, 1957 – 1987, The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH
1987          25 Years of American Glass, Darmstatt Museum, Germany
              The Saxe Collection, American Craft Museum, New York, NY
              New American Glass, Port of History Museum, Philadelphia, PA
              30 Years of New Glass, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY

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              50th Anniversary Exhibition, Glass curated by George Saxe, Contemporary Crafts Gallery,
              Portland, OR
              Drawn to the Surface : Artist in Clay and Glass, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh,
              PA
1986          Craft Today – Poetry of the Physical, American Craft Museum, New York, NY
              Contemporary American and European Glass from the Saxe Collection, The Oakland
              Museum, Oakland, CA
              Architectural Vessel, Bevier Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
              Daum Nancy, Musée Bellerive, Zürich, Switzerland
              Glass is the Medium, Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI
              Pilchuck – Governor’s Invitational Exhibition, Washington State Capital Museum,
              Olympia, WA
1985          World Glass Now ’85, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo, Japan
              Glass Now, Kulturhuset Museum, Stockholm Sweden
              Art du Verre, Musée des Beaux Arts, Rouen, France
              Cristallerie Daum – Pate de Verre, Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, France
1984          Aspects of Contemporary Glass, California State University, San Bernardino, CA
              Americans in Glass ’84, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI, traveled to:
              Kestner Museum, Hannover, Germany, Athaneum, City Art Galleries, Manchester, England
              Glass ’84 in Japan, Japan Glass Artcraft Association, Tokyo, Japan
              Glass in Miami, Regional Exhibition, Miami, FL
              MCA 3 – D Faculty Exhibition, Federal Reserve Bank, Boston, MA
              Innovations – Clay & Glass, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI
1983          The Art of Private Commissions, Dimmock Gallery, George Washington University,
              Washington, D.C.
              The Fine Art of Contemporary American Glass, Columbus College of Art & Design,
              Columbus, OH
              Sculptural Glass, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
              Glass, Artist / Design / Industry, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, NY
              Craft : An Expanding Definition, J.M. Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
1982          World Glass Now ’82, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo, Japan
              Contemporary American Glass Sculpture, United States Embassy, Prague, Czechoslovakia
              Verriers Contemporains – Art et Industrie, Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, France
              American Glass Art: Evolution and Revolution, Morris Museum of Arts and Sciences,
              Morristown, NJ
              International Directions in Glass Art , Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, an
              invitational traveling to seven museums in Australia
1981          Americans in Glass, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausaw, WI
              Glass Kunst ’81, International Glass Show, Museum of Art, Kassel, Germany
              Contemporary Glass – Australia, Canada, USA and Japan, National Museums of Modern
              Art, Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan
              Glass Routes, Decor ova Museum, Lincoln, MA
              Glass: Artist & Influence, Jesse Baser Museum, Alpena, MI
              Artifacts at the End of A Decade, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
              Emergence, Art in Glass, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, national
              invitational
1980          Opening Exhibition, California National Invitational, L.A. Folk & Craft Art Museum, Los
              Angeles, CA
              Masterworks, National Invitational, Penn State University, University Park, PA

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            Crafts Biennial, National Invitational, University of Illinois, Normal, IL
            Art for Use, National Invitational Exhibition Pavilion, Winter Olympics, Lake Placid, NY
1979        Pilchuck Visiting Artists & Faculty Invitational, Henry Gallry, University of Washington,
            Seattle, WA
            Sculptures et Volumes de Verre, Musée Chateau D’Annecy, France
            The Unpainted Portrait , John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
1979 –1981 New Glass, Corning Museum of Glass, New York, NY
1978 –1979 Americans in Glass, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, Wausau, WI
            Glass America
1978,       Lever House, New York, NY
1976        Pilchuck Glass Invitational, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
1973        First International World Craft Exhibit, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1972 – 1973 American Glass Now, Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH


Commissions

1998          Spirit, 92nd Street, New York, NY, Cast glass mural 7’ x 9 in. W
1997          Eye Poems, In honor of the James Renwick Alliance’s 15th Anniversary and the Renwick
              Gallery’s 25th Anniversary.
              Jungle Dancer, Private residence, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Fabricated bronze and
              pâte de verre glass console table.
              Idyll, Private residence, Columbus, OH, Clear glass castings; scenic marshland with heron,
              Concorde and brain 4’ x 6’
1994          Chandelier, New York, NY, Private commission to create a chandelier of fabricated
              bronze consisting of four female figures. It is capable of both incandescent light and
              candle light.
              Skyscrapers: The Greatest Bar on Earth, Window on the World, One World Trade
              Center Towers, NY, B.E. Windows Corp. Four blown glass and nickel plated bronze,
              illuminated sculptures ranging from 8 ft to 10 ft high.
1995          Dining Room – Beverly Hills, CA, private commission – Entire terrazzo floor with
              100 inlaide glass leaves, and a wood rug; 10 foot glass and bronze table; 10 foot bronze
              tightrope walker mosaic top console; 10 upholstered cherry and bubinga wood chairs
              with male and female figures, two birds chandelier – bronze and glass; pair of bronze and
              glass bird sconces; 7 neodymium illuminated castings over transom; 3 doors; and terrace
              grille work. Architects Fields & Defraud, Beverly Hills, CA
              Chandelier – San Francisco, CA private commission – Chandelier of fabricated
              bronze consisting of four birds and four female figures. Chandelier is capable of both
              incandescent and candle light.
1994          Boca Palms – 26 vases, special edition for the Boca Raton Museum of Arts; sand blasted;
              acid polished; images of stylized faces and palm trees; variety of colors.
1993 – 1994   Exuberance – Cast glass relief mural and accents, Vail Transportation Center, Vail,
              CO.Mural consists of 80 12 inch square amber castings with an oil painting of the same
              size, illuminated from behind; 7 repeat castings from the original mural set into concrete
              walls at entrances and stairways throughout the parking structure, creating an
              interactive piece.
1993          Glass Mosaic framed mirror and shelf – New York, NY. Private Commission – 10’L
              x 4’H bronze and glass Mosaic framed mirror and shelfwith a pair of twin figurative


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              sconces in a private elevator lobby; blown glass and cast and fabricated (patinated and
              gold plated) bronze; Pasanella and Klein, Architects (Henry Stolzman)
1992 – 1994   Handrail, Mosaic framed mirror and shelf – Zürich, Switzerland – Completed
              private commission which included cast and fabricated bronze three- story handrail with
              15 figures; bronze and glass Mosaic mirror and shelf with two figurative sconces; 112
              nickel plated bronze cabinet handles and pulls in two kitchens.
1992          Sconces and ceiling fixture – United Nations Plaza, New York, NY – Private
              commission to create four sconces and ceiling fixture in a stylized floral forms in blown
              glass and cast and fabricated (patinated and gold plated) bronze; Dan Goldner, Architect
1991          Sculptural Installation – Jasper’s Restaurant, Boston, MA – Five illuminated
              Abstract Head Vases. Dimensions 12’ x 6’.
1990          Birds in Clouds – Dreyfus Corp., Pan American Building, New York, NY – Three
              cast – glass relief murals, violet and amber combination glass; Mural 1 is 4’ x 7’; Mural 2
              is 6 ‘ x 13’ ; and Mural 3 is 4 ‘ x 7 ‘ ; Swanke Hayden Connel, architects.
              Grass in Wind – Northern Essex County Courthouse, Newburyport, MA – Cast –
              glass relief mural, clear glass castings; 12’ x 16’ ; Leers Weinzapfel, architects.
1989          Family – Marrietta Memorial Hospital, Marrietta, OH – Cast – glass relief mural,
              clear glass castings ; 3’ x 6’ x 2’’ ; Frank Wiley architect.
              Trees in Wind, Rain on Water, Rolling Fields – Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA.
              Three cast – glass relief murals; clear glass castings each with a colored border of either
              blue, maroon or green; 7’ x 11’ each. Ellenzweig Associates, architect.
1988 – 1994   City Dream – Rockville, MD – Private commission to create a 6’’ x 7’’ ink drawing of
              imaginary landscape on Canson 240 lb. paper with aluminum and acid polished glass,
              Mosaic frame.
1988          The Parkman Vase, a 17 1/4 x 10 x 10 in. blown glass and fabricated gold plated and
              patinated bronze vase. To commemorate Dr. Paul Parkman’s discovery in 1969 of the
              vaccine for rubella.
1987          Orbit – Rainbow Room, Rockefeller Center, New York, NY – Clear cast glass relief
              mural with illuminated painting and computerized controlled lighting system, 8’ x 16’ in
              the Rainbow Room; bronze and glass lamps in various rooms of Rainbow complex.
              Commissioned by the Rockefeller Group Inc; Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, architects.
1986          The MASSART AWARD, an ‘’Emmy for the Arts’’, Glass and bronze trophy vase
              presented annually to outstanding contributors to the advancement of the arts.
              Dinosaur, Cityscape, Landscape, Hydroplant, Energy Plant, Ocean Drilling
              Platform, Power Lines, Gas Rig, Primal Energy – Commonwealth Energy Services
              Corporate Headquarters, Cambridge, MA. Nine cast glass relief murals. Nine shades of
              burgundy, amber, green and blue; 7 ‘ x 8 ‘ 7 ‘ 20’. Commonwealth Energy Services Corp;
              Add Inc; architects.


Public Collections

92nd St. ‘’Y’’, New York, NY
American Craft Museum, New York, NY
American Glass Museum, Millville, NJ
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, WI

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Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY
Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Creative Glass Center of America, Millville, NJ
Darmstatt Museum, Darmstatt, Germany
Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI
Greatest Bar on Earth, Windows o the World Corp., One World Trade Center Towers, NY, NY
Huntington Galleries Museum, Huntington, WV
Illinois State University Art Gallery, Normal, IL
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
J.B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY
Kestner Museum, Hanover, Germany
L.A. County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Les Archives de la Cristallerie Daum, Nancy and Paris, France
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ
Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Lausanne, Swizterland
Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Louvre, Paris, France
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan
New Indian Museum, Flagstaff, AZ
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Prescott Collection of Pilchuck Glass, Pacific First Center, Seattle, WA
Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
Rockefeller Center Corp, New York, NY
Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario, Canada
The Brockton Museum, Brockton, MA
The Chase Manhattan Bank Collection, New York, NY
The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
The Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI
Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH
Town of Vail, CO
Toyama Institute of Glass, Toyama City, Japan
Visions, New York, NY
Yokohama Museum, Japan


Selected Articles

2007          Warmus, William. Dan Dailey, New York: Abrams, Inc., 2007
2001          Beazley, Mitchell. Artists in Glass – Late Twentieth Century Masters in Glass, Great
              Britain, 2001
1997                  Reynolds, Rebecca. “Glass Today by American Studio Artists,” Museum of Fine Arts
                      – Boston, MA
                      Pagano, Peggy. “A Visual Odyssey,” American Style, May
                      Chambers, Karen. “Artful Dining A Peak Experience,” American Style, Winter,
                      1997
1996                  Hall, Jacqueline, “Glass Reflects Dailey’s Humor,” The Columbus Dispatch, October
                      27

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1995                 New Glass Review 16, the Corning Museum of Glass
1994                 New York Times, “Atlas Didn’t Even Sweat,” Feb.
                     Manchester Sunday Monitor, “Glass of Art,” Feb.
                     Renwick Quarterly, September, October, November, two photos – “Contemporary
                     Crafts and the Saxe Collection” and “Ten Works Acquired for the Renwick Gallery’s
                     Permanent Collection” New Glass Review 15, The Corning Museum of Glass
1993                 New York Times, “Atlas Didn’t Even Sweat”, February
                     Sunday Monitor, “Glass as Art,” February
                     Kippen, Karen, Foster’s Daily Democrat, Showcase Magazine section, “Modern
                     Reflections in Art Glass,” March
                     Kiesewetter, Trish, Vail Trail, Daily Options section, “The Glass Man Cometh”,
                     August
                     Taylor, Scott, Vail Daily, “Dedication Set for Dan Dailey’s Piece, ‘Exuberance’,”
                     August
                     Deerfield Beach Observer, “Daily Glass Art Benefits Museum, Boca Raton, FL, Oct.
                     Cullinan, Helen, The Plain Dealer, Today section, “Glassblower Revels in the
                     Lighthearted,” November.
1992                 Chambers, Karen S., “The Uncontradictable Dan Dailey,” The World & I, January
                     “A New Glass Mural for the Transportation Center,” The Vail Trail, Feb.
                     Atlanta Journal Constitution, Atlanta, GA
                     Yuko Amano, All About Glass, The Shinshusa Co. Ltd., December
                     Kazutaka Ohta, The Survey of Glass of the World, Kyuryudo Art Publishing Co. Ltd.,
                     December
                     Kehlmann, Robert, “20th Century Stained Glass: A New Definition,” Dream
                     Magazine, February
                     New Glass Review, The Corning Museum of Glass
1991                 Melby, Rick, “Modern Lighting: A Possible Cross – Over Market?” Glass Art,
                     Nov/Dec
                     Puge, Amy, “New York Review,” Collector, May
                     Newhall, Edith, “Art Exhibitions,” Summer Entertainment, May
                     Heck, Sandy, “The Only Possible Word is Swank,” Architecture, June; pp. 54 – 61
                     Norden, Linda, “A Rainbow in the Dark,” New Work, Fall; pp. 20 – 23
                     Knight, Gwen, “Toward a New Perception of Art,” Art Today, Fall; pp. 24 – 31
                     Lang, George, “Looking for a Rainbow,” Travel and Leisure, April; pp. 114 - 169
                     Cohen, Edie Lee, “Rainbow,” Interior Design, June; pp. 240 – 250
                     Brenner, Douglas, “Change Partners and Dance,” Architectural Record, June; pp.
                     110 – 121
                     Green, Gael, “Over the Rainbow,” New York, Feb. 8; pp. 38 – 46
                     Anderson, Barbara, “Local Artists Find Expression Through Medium of Glass”, The
                     Haverhill (MA) Gazette, Nov. 5; pg. 15
                     Donohoe, Victoria, “Dan Dailey: Simple Complexities in Drawing and Glass, 1972
                     – 87,” Museum & Arts Washington, July / August; p. 14
                     Miller, Donald, “Collective Approach Energizes Galleries,” Pittsburgh Post
                     Gazette, Sept. 21
                     Sweeney, Jim, “Artist’s Glass Works Convey Sense of Humor,” The Washington
                     Journal, Sept. 10
                     Hazard, Patrick, “Deco and Such in DC,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 22; p. 53
                     Tuchman, Laura J. , “Fiber, Glass and Metal Mingle Nicely in Not – So ‘New
                     Work’’, The San Diego Register

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                     Conroy, Sarah Booth, “The Half – Empty Glass: Dan Dailey’s Opaque Humor at the
                     Renwick,” Washington Post, July 18; pp. G1 and G6
                     “Exhibition of Glass and Drawings by Dan Dailey Opens the Renwick June 26,”
                     Renwick Quarterly; June, July, August
                     Sozanski, Edward J., “Glass Comes Into Its Own As An Expressive Medium,” The
                     Philadelphia Inquirer, April
                     Burke, Kathleen, “At the Renwick: Dan Dailey,” Smithsonian, June; p. 158
                     Kesler, Pamela, “Sculptor Dan Dailey’s Glass Act,” Washington Post, July 3
                     Margolies, Jane, “Crafts Cross Over,” Industrial Design Magazine, May / June; pp.
                     56 – 59
1997                 Goldberg, Ruth E., “Glass Works of Dan Dailey Exhibiting at the Smithsonian,” The
                     Designer, August; p. 52
                     Donohoe, Victoria, “Major Exhibit in Glass Art Honors a Native, ”The Philadelphia
                     Inquirer, ‘Weedkend’, March 6; p. 34
                     Lewis, Pamela, “Glass Art: Diversity in Technique, Style, Form, “ The Houston Post,
                     February 28; p. 1C
                     Geldzahler, Henry; Warmus, William; Cocordas, Eleni; essays by Dan Dailey: Simple
                     Complexities in Drawing and Glass, 1972 – 1987.
                     Philadelphia Colleges of the Arts and Dan Dailey, Philadelphia, PA, 1987, a 66
                     page catalog for Philadelphia Colleges of the Arts and the National Gallery of
                     American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
1986                 “Dan Dailey,” Artist’s Statement on Design, Glass Art Society Journal, 1986
                     Hawkins, Margaret,” (Dailey’s ) Glass Cartoons at Home Here,”Chicago Sun Times,
                     April 11
1985                 Koplos, Janet, “Art with Glass,” Horizon Magazine, January / February; masthead,
                     pp. 1 & 15
                     Le Canvet, Jean, editor, “Art Du Verre,” Métiers D’Art, June 1985; pp. 20, 22, and
                     52
                     Girard, Sylvie, “Art Du Verre Actualite Internationale,” La Revue De La Ceramique
                     et Du Verre; cover photo, masthead, pp. 3 & 41
                     Van der Meulen, Jack, “Interview with Dan Dailey,” The Pacific Sun, March; pp. 15
                     – 21
                     “Dan Dailey – Artist’s Statement,” New Work, Winter/Spring, No. 21 / 22; cover
                     photo, p. 24
1984                 Clorman, Irene, “20th Century Look Given to Art of Glass – Dan Dailey Interview,”
                     Rocky Mountain News, Denver, CO, June 26; p. 81
                     Taylor, Robert, “Exhibits: Artists in Glass,” The Boston Globe, March 30
1983                 Cheek, Lawrence W., “Glass is Sculpture and Future Furniture in New TMA Show,”
                     Tucson Citizen, Feb. 11
                     LaFave, Kenneth, “TMA Exhibition Cracks Old Cliches About Glass,” The Arizona
                     Daily Star, February 13
                     Home, David, “Exhibit Illustrates Artistry of Glass,” The Arizona Daily Star, Feb. 13
                     Montini, E.J., “Sculptural Glass,” The Arizona Republic, March 6; p. D5
                     Cohen, Stan and Judy, “Dan Dailey,” Art Papers, Vol. 7, No. 2, March / April; p. 21
                     Degener, Patricia, “Dailey’s / Weinberg’s Glass”, Brown’s Oils, Review, St. Louis
                     Globe Democrat, September 9
                     Rice, Nancy N., “Dan Dailey / Steven Weinberg,” New Art Examiner, Vol. 11, No. 3
                     Gardner, Paul V., “Imaginative, Original, Humorous – Glass Creations by Dan
                     Dailey,” Neues Glas, December; pp. 182 – 189

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1982                 Forgey, Benjamin, “Galleries, Private Lives,” The Washington Post, Dec. 30; p. D7
                     Onorato, Ronald J., “Dan Dailey – Directions in Glass,” American Craft, February /
                     March; pp. 24 – 27 and 75 – 76
                     “Neues Glas Interview with Dan Dailey,” Neues Glas, March; cover photo, p. 13
                     Ruby, Kaley, “Exhibitions, Invitational Sampler, “ Art Week, May; p. 1
                     Hunter – Stiebel, Penelope, “Contemporary Art Glass: An Old Medium Gets a New
                     Look,” Art News, Summer; pp. 130 – 135
1981                 Spurgin, Judy, “Contemporary Glass Sculpture,” Art Craft Magazine, Feb/ March;
                     p. 61
                     Spurgin, Judy, “Dan Dailey – An Artist in Total Communication with
                     Contemporary Glass Concepts, “Art Craft Magazine, June / July; front cover,
                     p. 26
1980                 Koplos, Janet, “Stained Glass Canvas,” The New Art Examiner, Vol. 7, No. 10,
                     Summer; p. 7
1979                 Moser, Charlotte, “Glass Show Goes Beyond Merely Functional Bottles,” Houston
                     Chronicle, June 13; p. 8
                     Kehlmann, Robert, “Four Artists and the Vessel,” Art Week, Vol. 10, No. 33
                     Lewis, Albert, “Dan Dailey – Captured Phenomena,” New Work, October /
                     November; cover photo, pp. 6 – 11
                     Losken, Manfred, “Feuerzauber – Glas Aus USA,” Kunst & Handwerk, European
                     Handicraft, L6896E, November / December; pp. 460 – 465
1977                 Villeneuve, Michelle, “Professeur et Artiste, Un Americain Façonne le Cristal Chez
                     Daum,” L’Est Republicain, July 7; p. 2
                     Glass Art Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 3; pp. 25 – 26




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