This video is from the Deco Drive segment on Chelsea Rousso's Show
This video is the recap from the show (shot and edited by Justin Oletsky)
Chelsea Rousso will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Glass art Society in Tacoma. You find all information on tickets, dtaes, and artists on their website!
This is Imagine Museum’s 3rd annual “Call to Artists” showcasing the very best contemporary art and artists who work with glass in the state.
Chelsea Rousso's Pins and Needles scuulpture will be on display during this event.
Contemporary gallery showcasing works by American emerging & established studio glass artists.
We worked closley with author Annette Libeskind Berkovits to bring her book alive In the form of a glass corset. The corset is inspired by the cover of the book. The cover of the book was designed by the world famous architect Daniel Libeskind.
The Corset Maker is inspired by the author's mother and her close friends, all women of immense courage and integrity. Rifka’s personal struggles and dilemmas go to the heart of the major ethical issues and challenges of our times.
During glass fusing classes, students engage in the start to finish of fusing glass. Skills taught include glass cutting, glass fusing methods, and the creative assistance from the artist.
$350 for 5 week session
$80 per class includes:
Instruction by glass artist
An assortment of accessory glass
Firing of 18" x 18" shelf per week
Tools and equipment provided
$100 per class:
Everything included in the $80 class
All glass included to create an 8” x 8” piece
This class gives you more range to create what you want
Glass workshops are for up to 20 participants offsite or 8 participants at the studio.
Workshops can be customized to the group's liking.
Chelsea (Carol) Rousso was born in Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania then moved to New York, New York, and lives and works in Lauderdale by the Sea, Florida. Rousso received an BFA from Pratt Institute in Fashion Design (1982) and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College (2010). Rousso combines her love of fashion and fused glass into a unique form of wearable glass including corsets, masks, and swimwear called “glasskinis”. Rousso held a wearable glass fashion show “Believe the Impossible: Glass Fashions in Wonderland” (January 22, 2022) at Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts in Dania Beach, Florida. Rousso held a virtual art show “Plunge into the Arts'' at Plunge Beach Resort, Lauderdale by the Sea, Florida (May 22, 2020). Rousso held a wearable glass show at Benzaiten Art Center, Lake Worth, Florida (March 23, 2019).
Group exhibits include Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC (April 5, 2013), “Verre Couture” at Centre Des Sciences de Montreal, Canada, (May 29,2010), The Glass Art Society’s Conference shows in Corning, New York and Toledo, Ohio (2009 & 2012). Rousso received an artist in residency from WMODA, Dania Beach, Florida (2020-2021), Artist of the Month at Benzaiten Art Center, Lake Worth, Florida (March 2019), Best in show at Lighthouse Art Center, Tequesta, Florida (October 2018) and Honorable Mention at Broward Art Guild, Fort Lauderdale, Florida (2019). Rousso’s work is in several private collections.