About the Artist
Rebecca Chernow (Seattle) received a 2009 GAP to increase the scale and variance of the individual and composite objects she makes while broadening the range of individuals who will contribute to the process. Rebecca’s interests lie in the concept and existence of the “throw-away” culture in which she is both producer and consumer. As an artist using glass, she works in a costly and specialized medium and finds parallels between the fruits of her line of labor and the everyday commodities she produces; objects that are often created, purchased, used and discarded.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.