Gina Karaba

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Glass Artist and Teacher -

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specializes in Koi fish & various other forms of glass art and sculpture Karaba’s Koi are part of a Japanese-inspired body of work she began developing recently. Working in glass since 1997, Karaba received her M.F.A. from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2000. She has taught blowing and kiln-casting classes in Seattle at Pratt Fine Arts Center. She has worked at Pilchuck as a member of summer staff and has also attended as a student.


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Koi Pond Gallery 1

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Koi Pond Gallery 2

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Koi Gallery 1

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Koi Gallery 2

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Blowing the Glass

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additional links :

Pilchuck Glass School

Pratt Fine Arts Center


Koi Search

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For any further information, please contact  :

The Institute for Silent Activity

     P.O. Box 806      

      Running Springs , CA      

92382         USA


Karaba Glass Art


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' Nobody nobody nobody

never nowhere ever

got anywhere

Perhaps I?

such an idiot

in the end am not '

-Egon Bondy

    (trans. by Marek Tomin)