John Littleton and Kate Vogel

 

Littleton-Vogel Imago Bag 5881

Littleton-Vogel Sumac Table 10-7-8
Littleton-Vogel Bag Explosion 5908
Littleton-Vogel Acro Bag 5-906


Littleton-Vogel Bag Explosion 5-923
Littleton-Vogel Acro Bag 5-871
  Littleton-Vogel Acro Bag 5-909  

Partners in every sense of the word, John Littleton and Kate Vogel have been collaborating for over twenty years. They are internationally known for their Bag Series, colorful glass sculptures that resemble either groupings of bags or smaller bags fitted within a larger, more transparent bag.  John's father, Harvey Littleton, originated the studio-glass movement in the United States.  Kate Vogel was studying printmaking at the University of Wisconsin when she met John.  Following a trip to Murano Italy, Kate embraced glass.  John Littleton received his BSA from the University of Wisconsin in Madison after studying at the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan.  Kate Vogel also received her BSA from the University of Wisconsin in Madison after studying at the Santa Reperata Graphic Center in Florence, Italy.

Select Recent Exhibitions
2012  Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, NC
          Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, WI
2011  SOFA Chicago, Duane Reed Gallery
          Palm Beach 3, Maurine Littleton Gallery
          Modern and Contemporary Art, Kennesaw
          State University Art Museum and Galleries, GA
2010  Center for Craft Creativity & Design, Hendersonville, NC
2008  Hodgell Gallery, Sarasota, FL
2007  SOFA , Maurine Littleton Gallery
          Palm Beach 3, Maurine Littleton Gallery
2006  Art Miami, Duane Reed Gallery
2005  Piedmont Craftsmen, Winston-Salem, NC2003 Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Denmark
2003  SOFA/NY-The Armory
2000  Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC
1996  American Craft Museum, New York, NY
1995  National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian, Washington, DC
1995  Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, NC
1994 Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
1994 Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA
1994  ] US State Department, Gabon, Africa


Selected Collections
Bergstrom Mahler Museum,
Neenah, Wisconsin
Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Art,
Racine, Wisconsin
Federal Reserve Bank,
Charlotte, North Carolina
The Glasmuseum, Ebeltoft, Denmark
Glasmuseum Frauenau,
Frauenau, Germany
Guilford College Art Gallery
Permanent Collection,
Greenboro, North Carolina
Hickory Museum of Art,
Hickory, North Carolina
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
Milwaukee Art Museum,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The Mint Museum of Art,
Charlotte, North Carolina
Musée de Design et d'Arts Appliques
Contemporains,
Lausanne, Switzerland
Muskegon Museum of Art,
Muskegon, Michigan
North Carolina Museum of History,
Raleigh, North Carolina
Saint Louis Art Museum,
St. Louis, Missouri
The University of Michigan Dearborn

   

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