CHRIS WOLSTON is a New York-based artist whose work

explores the material vernacular of the modern day, and the

fetishization of process. He received his Bachelor of Fine

Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design, and a Fulbright

grant to Colombia. Inspired by manual techniques and

the regional contrasts between his Brooklyn and Medellin

studios, Wolston creates work that demonstrates playful

adaptations of materials, often mixing high- and low-tech

processes. Wolston’s work can be found in the permanent

collections of the Museum of American Glass, and the Museo

de Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia.