Glassblower Devin Burgess’s handblown glass forms portray a graceful elegance with acute attention to detail. Burgess intensively works vessels that have been expertly blown with off-center necks and arranged to maximize the interplay and tension of their graceful forms. Surfaces are elaborately wheel-cut, or, cross-hatched with cane to take drawing techniques into three dimensions. This is notable work that defies expectations of symmetry while finding new harmony through refined execution as it blurs the boundaries between design and sculpture. Aside from producing his own work, Burgess also produces designs and executes projects for architectural firms and designers worldwide. He was a recipient of a three-year glass residency at Penland School of Crafts, and has exhibited at SOFA, Chicago, Philadelphia Museum of Art and Smithsonian Craft Show where he won the Excellence in Glass Design award. His residency is part of the Museum's Summer Series, a collaboration with Pilchuck Glass School.