GlassWeekend '17 at WheatonArts

Maurine Littleton Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in this year's GlassWeekend at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center in Millville, New Jersey from Friday, June 9 through Sunday, June 11.

Featured artists include Michael Janis, John Littleton & Kate Vogel, Colin Reid, and Harvey K. Littleton.

Artist Michael Janis will also be presenting on Saturday, June 10 from 1:00pm-1:40pm and again from 2:30pm-3:10pm in the classroom, located in the same building as ceramics. A site map of Wheaton can be found here

David Dodge Lewis and Ephraim Rubenstein - The Quickening Image

David Dodge Lewis and Ephraim Rubenstein - The Quickening Image

April 12 - May 27, 2017
Reception: May 5, 2017 from 6-8pm during the Book Hill Spring Art Walk.

Maurine Littleton Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of “The Quickening Image.” The Wax-Resist Drawings of David Dodge Lewis and Ephraim Rubenstein chronicles a new way to draw: Wax-resist drawing is a layered, large-scale, mixed-media approach that utilizes wax as a resist for subsequent ink and charcoal washes. It incorporates both wet and dry materials, as well as linear and painterly elements. The process allows for carefully rendered passages alongside more spontaneous and chaotic applications.Read More...

SOFA Chicago 2016

Maurine Littleton Gallery will be an exhibitor at SOFA Chicago, November 3-6 2016.

Harvey K. Littleton

John Littleton & Kate Vogel

Michael Janis

Allegra Marquart

Colin Reid

Drew Storm Graham

Navy Pier’s Festival Hall (600 E. Grand Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611)
Booth #821

Michael Janis: Echoes of Leaves and Shadows

Michael Janis: Echoes of Leaves and Shadows

September 16 - October 15, 2016

Maurine Littleton Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of "Echoes of Leaves and Shadows," a solo exhibition of new glass works and sculptures by Washington, DC, artist Michael Janis. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition with Maurine Littleton Gallery.
Michael Janis has developed and refined an intuitive technique over many years where he manipulates crushed glass powder into detailed images and portraits. An artist who embraces the simple expression of narrative, Janis’ concise work perfects visual storytelling with fantastic imagery. His work explores the unseen sides of life, longing and loneliness, juxtaposed with fragile beauty. 


"Through Glass" at the Smithsonian Craft Show 2016

Maurine Littleton Gallery is pleased to announce Maurine Littleton’s participation in the Smithsonian Craft Show lecture series on Saturday, April 23, 3 PM at the National Building Museum. Maurine will engage a panel of Craft Show glass artists in a discussion of their work.Read More...

SOFA Chicago 2015

We are participating in this year’s SOFA at Chicago’s Navy Pier from November 5th through 8th. Featured artists to include Harvey K. Littleton, John Littleton & Kate Vogel, Michael Janis, Allegra Marquart, Colin Reid, and Therman Statom. More info to come! Read More...

Vitreographs: Herb Jackson and Dan Welden

Vitreographs: Herb Jackson & Dan Welden

September 18 - October 24, 2015

Maurine Littleton Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of vitreographs (prints from glass plates) made by artists
Herb Jackson and Dan Welden at Littleton Studios.

Botanical Wanderings Exhibition and Opening Reception

Botanical Wanderings

April 8 - May 2, 2015

Opening Reception:
Friday, April 17th
6pm - 8pm

Maurine Littleton Gallery is pleased to present
Botanical Wanderings, featuring works in glass and vitreographs (prints made from glass plates). Read More...

BODY/BUILDING Exhibition and Opening Reception

The Maurine Littleton Gallery is pleased to present BODY/BUILDING, a group interdisciplinary exhibit of thought, architecture and art.


New Ginny Ruffner Work at Olympic Sculpture Park

The Seattle Art Museum commissioned Ginny Ruffner to create a sculpture in memory of Mary Shirley, a supporter and benefactor of the Olympic Sculpture Park. The sculpture titled Invitation - A Place to Regard Beauty is a bench designed “as a place for visitors to rest, reflect, and enjoy the Olympic Sculpture park. Read More...

Harvey K. Littleton, 1922-2013

We regretfully announce the passing of Harvey K. Littleton, age 91, at his home in Spruce Pine, North Carolina on December 13th, after a long decline.
On January 11th the family will host a private celebration of the lives of Harvey and of his wife Bess, who died in October 2009.Read More...

Fall Season Art Kick-Off in Georgetown

The opening reception for Glass Sculptures & Vitreographs on Friday, September 20th from 6 to 8 PM will be a part of the Fall Season Art Kick-Off featuring six galleries on Book Hill. Read More...

Glass Sculptures & Vitreographs

Maurine Littleton Gallery is very pleased to announce Glass Sculpture & Vitreographs, an exhibition featuring three-dimensional glass works and prints by Dale Chihuly, Erwin Eisch, Richard Jolley, Harvey K. Littleton, and Therman Statom.Read More...

Colin Reid Retrospective

Casting Brilliance, a retrospective of Colin Reid’s work will be shown at Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK from October 5, 2013 - January 5, 2014.Read More...

SOFA Chicago 2013

Come see us this year at SOFA Chicago 2013! More information to follow. Read More...

Paley on Park Avenue

Albert Paley Park Avenue exhibition, June 29 - November 8, 2013. Read More...

GlassWeekend '13 at WheatonArts

GlassWeekend ’13 will be held at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, June 7-9, 2013. Maurine Littleton Gallery will be featuring work by Michael Janis, Allegra Marquart, Harvey K. Littleton and more.Read More...

Tis the Season! Give and Receive with the Georgetown Galleries on Book Hill: Saturday, December 1, 4-6pm

Please join the Georgetown Galleries on Book Hill for an afternoon of holiday merriment. The participating galleries will host a kid-friendly treasure hunt, a charity drive for the Duke Ellington School Museum Studies Department, and provide light refreshments. Children (with accompanying adults) can pick up treasure maps at any of the participating galleries and will receive a prize for completing the hunt. Receiving boxes will also be available for any charitable donations.


Glass in the Mountains

On September 20-23 Glass in the Mountains will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the studio glass movement throughout the Toe River Valley in North Carolina. The VIP Weekend will include a tour of Harvey Littleton’s studio and other well known glass artists, glass demonstrations, lecture “A Life in Glass” and eight gallery exhibitions in the Penland, North Carolina area.


Washington Craft Show

In celebration of the 50th anniversary in glass the Washington Craft Show has provided the gallery with a 800 square foot space to illustrate the history of glass. The show will feature artists Harvey K. Littleton, Ginny Ruffner, Dale Chihuly and more on November 16-18, 2012.


SOFA Chicago 2012

SOFA Chicago 2012 Show Dates
Friday November 2 - Sunday November 4, 2012

Navy Pier Festival Hall, 600 East Grand Avenue, Chicago, IL 60654


September 14 Book Hill Gallery Walk

On September 14th from 6-8pm local DC-area artists Drew storm Graham, Allegra Marquart and Michael Janis will be featured at the gallery for September’s Book Hill gallery walk event.


Therman Statom: Six Voyages

On Friday, 30 March the exhibition SIX VOYAGES by American artist Therman Statom, will open at Glasmuseet Ebeltoft (Denmark).


Dale Chihuly - 2012 Museum Exhibitions

Gallery artist Dale Chihuly has upcoming museum installations in Colorado, Texas, Washington, and Virginia for 2012...