Tony Jojola Glass Sculptures are Hot in Santa Fe!
Résumé for Tony Jojola
Lino Tagliapietra Workshop, Marseille, France (1991)
Pilchuck Glass School, Seattle, WA (1978, 1980-1981, 1985, 1986)
College of Santa Fe, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM (1983)
Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM (1978)
Haystack Mountain School of Glass, Associate of Arts, Deer Isle, ME (1977)
SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Albuquerque Museum of Fine Arts, Albuquerque, NM
Contemporary Museum of Fine Art, Helsinki, Finland
Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ
Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM
Art-Talk. 1999. Tony Jojola. Art-Talk, 18, no. 9: 16
Bird, Gail. 1988. Anthony Jojola. Indian Market Magazine, August
Campbell, Virginia. 2004. Fired Up. Southwest Art 34, no. 3: 179-81, 212.
Carmichael, Suzanne. 1990. Tony Jojola. The Traveler’s Guide to American Crafts. New
Clark, Virginia. 2008. Award artist Tony Jojola: Bear Energy: Protection, Wisdom, Strength. Taos
News, 16 October
Elder, Nina. 2003. The Art of Glass: Tony Jojola Shapes the Future. New Mexico Journey Jan/Feb:
Fleming, Jeanie Puleston. 1988. SWAIA Fellowships. Indian Market SWAIA Magazine: 63-65.
Franklin, Rogayle. 2003. Refined by Fire. Enchantment (New Mexico), September.
Haas, Nicole. 2006. Fusing Tradition and Innovation: Signature Artists Lonewolf and Jojola. Native
Peoples, Heard Fair Program, 20-21.
Heard Museum. 2004. Linking the Past to Today. Heard Museum Exhibits 1, no. 2: 4.
Hice, Michael. 2000. Artists of Change: Breaking Through the Millennium. Native Peoples 13, no. 2:
Indyke, Dottie. 2004. Getting Stronger and More Diverse. ARTnews 103, no. 7: 102-05.
Linthicum, Leslie. 1998. Images in Glass. The Sunday Journal North, New Mexico, 25 October.
Kastner, Carolyn, ed. 2002. Fusing Traditions: Transformations in Glass by Native American Artists.
San Francisco: Museum of Craft & Folk Art.
McFaden, D.R. 2002. Changing Hands: A Major Native American Art Exhibit at the American Craft
Museum. Southwest Art 32: 156-67, 250-62.
McGraw, Kate. 1986. What have these fellows done? SFR Artists of the Sun, 31-33.
Nichols, Judy. 2005. Native American Voices are Heard. Arizona Republic, 15 May.
Raether, Keith. 1999. Through a Glass Brightly: New Tradition of Transparent Artwork Dawns at
Taos Pueblo. Native Peoples 12, no. 3: 26-32.
Romancito, Rick. 2004. Red Hot: The Art of Tony Jojola. Indian Market August: 166-67.
Silberman, Robert. 1990. Will Success Spoil the Glass Art Society? American Craft 50: 60-69.
Tall Chief, Russ. 2006. Splendor in Glass: Masters of New Media. Native Peoples, 19, no. 4: 26-32.
Villani, John, 1991. A new generation breaks from tradition. New Mexico Magazine, 69, no. 8: 74-5.
Waxlander Gallery and Sculpture Garden is proud to exhibit the glass works of Tony Jojola. For finished images of Tony’s work, please visit his page at