Glass Sculpture by Ginny Ruffner Puzzle
Sculptures by Ginny Ruffner, 2020, Glass and Mixed Media. Photo by James Harnois.
Seattle artist Ginny Ruffner trained at the University of Georgia as a painter, graduating with honors and an MFA.
Ruffner has had 88 solo shows, several hundred group shows, and her work is in 55 permanent museum and public collections around the world.
Seattle public art installations include a 30-foot-tall kinetic water feature downtown and a permanent installation in the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park.
Recent Augmented Reality Projects include ‘Weston Riff’ at Photo Center NW, ‘Branches’ at Seattle International Film festival, ‘Poetic Hybrids’ at Seattle Art Museum, and the Institute for Systems Biology, and the NFFTY festival at Seattle Center. The next exhibition: ‘Reforestation of the Imagination’ was exhibited at the Smithsonian in D.C; June 28, 2019-Jan 5, 2020.
She has written two books and been the subject of an award winning full-length documentary titled “A Not So Still Life, the Ginny Ruffner Story.”
In 2016 Ruffner founded the non-profit SOLA to recognize female artists.
Ruffner has lectured and taught extensively and has served as an artist in residence numerous times at schools and universities around the world.
Ages 3 and up (due to small parts)
Materials: Coated cardboard
Dimensions: 12 x 16 inches (assembled puzzle)