J.P.'s Residency at the Museum of Glass
January 15th, 2014

J.P. Canlis and renowned photographer Chase Jarvis unite creative forces and play with a new concept in glass at MOG.  Come watch J.P. January 15-19, 2014, as he pushes the boundaries of glass during his Visiting Artist Residency at the Museum of Glass.  He will be working with a stellar team in the museum's Hot Shop during the 5-day residency, creating a brand new series of work. 

You are invited to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of J.P. at work, as the entire process will be open to the public. Viewing hours are Wednesday-Saturday from 10am-5pm and Sunday from 12pm-5pm. On Sunday, J.P. will be giving a public lecture about his work.

The Museum of Glass will be broadcasting the residency live on their website, which will be viewable HERE. Viewers can write in and ask JP or the museum's team questions while watching them work live. 

We hope to see you there!

May 10th, 2012

Makapuu Backwash

 J.P. Canlis, Seattle-based glass artist, is once again bringing us back to the coast of Hawaii through his newest sculpture, "Makapuu Backwash." The artistic application of bubbles and the fade of jade green to soft blue, capture the flow of the waves. A backwash, by definition, is when a wave collides against a sea wall or barrier and is then thrust back out to sea, meeting the oncoming wave head on. When J.P. created his Ocean Studies series, of hand-blown glass artwork, he wanted to include the backwash form, as it reminded him of playing in the waves as a child. Later, his experience surfing these waves gave him an up close look at the elegant forms and the balance of the water. He used his natural insight to create a piece that is defined, complete and pleasing to the eye. 

To inquire about this piece or a commission of a Backwash piece, please click here

March 13th, 2013

Wheat Installation

 Seattle artist J.P. Canlis' newest Wheat Installation is made up of 281 stalks of hand-pulled glass cane, reaching over 8 feet in height. A stunning addition to any art collection, personal or corporate, Wheat Installation takes the viewer's breath away each time. With varying tones of champagne, this installation is sophisticated and beautifully balanced in both color and scale. 

To inquire about this piece or a specific Wheat commission please email sales@canlisglass.com.


February 6th, 2013

New Installation:

 J.P. Canlis created a custom glass installation for Pacific Northwest newbie, Northeastern University-Seattle. The East Coast based university opened its doors in the South Lake Union area in January 2013. Canlis Glass was commissioned to create an installation that would embody the culture and community of the Seattle area. J.P. was able to create a sculpture, Connectivity, that brings these general themes together in the realm of art that Seattle holds so dear; glass. His seven-piece installation, of hand-blown and hot-sculpted glass molecules, floats above the space in the campus entryway. Their presence in the building draws the viewer in and illuminates the vision of the campus. 

J.P. and his assistants created Connectivity over the course of 5 months to completion. The process of blowing the glass in a hot shop, refining the pieces in the cold shop along with establishing the seven different molecules as singular sculptures was a rewarding and challenging experience for J.P. and his team. The entire installation spans a space of 9 feet squared and is suspended 7 1/2 feet from the ceiling in the entryway of the building. 

J.P.'s creative ability to form a concept, display it on paper, skillfully form the pieces and see it through to the installation day is what defines his as an incredible glass artist. Previous to Connectivity, he has created numerous custom installation projects such Insignificance Bamboo, Raindrop Chandelier, and Wheat Installation. He realm of original thought and skill give him the ability to envision an installation and create it. 

Please email info@canlisglass.com to inquire about custom installations. 

December 21st, 2012

Channel Swell

Still looking for the perfect gift in time for Christmas? Wrap a bow around J.P. Canlis' Channel Swell and call it done! The eye catching aqua blue and hand engraved texture will transport your loved one to a tropical island paradise during the long winter months. Give them a vacation for the eyes! Please inquiry for additional information. 

December 14th, 2012

Miniature Green Bamboo

 Give the gift of creativity this holiday season. We say J.P. Canlis' Miniature Green Bamboo is the best way to shower your loved one with something a little playful. The bamboo stalks can be reconfigured to display personal artistic style. Please inquiry for additional information. 

December 7th, 2012

Full Moon Undertow

 Wrap up your holiday shopping early this year with a piece from J.P. Canlis' Undertow Series. The intricate hand cut detail of Full Moon Undertow can be appreciated by all art enthusiasts in your life. Please inquiry for additional information. 

November 30th, 2012

Golden Amber Swell

 Surprise a loved one this holiday season with a stunning piece of artwork by J.P. Canlis. Golden Amber Swell is the ideal gift to give any art lover. The transitioning color, gentle curves and wall mounted feature ensure that this piece can become apart of their collection seamlessly. Please inquiry for additional information. 

November 23rd, 2012

Miniature Wheat

 May the abundance of Thanksgiving overflow into your home and holidays this year. Give the gift of new growth and prosperity with J.P. Canlis' Miniature Wheat Installations. Various dimensions available. Please inquiry for additional information. 

November 10th, 2012

Reserve Canlis Glass for your Holiday Party!
Planning a holiday party in Seattle? Give your guests the experience of a lifetime at Canlis Glass. This unique venue space is home to Seattle glass artist, J.P. Canlis. Whether it be an intimate dinner for 20 or a cocktail celebration for 100, the gallery space can be transformed to fit your event. Let us take care of the details for a seamless transition for all. Give more dimension to your event with a live glass demonstration in the gallery! Your guests will be blown away with the glass artwork created before them. Limited dates are available for reservation in December. Inquire today for availability. Email events@canlisgass.com or call 206.282.4428. For more information concerning renting the gallery please click here

August 18th, 2012

Wheat Installation to SOFA

Wheat Installations are ready for SOFA! The months of ongoing pulling cane and flame working for SOFA Chicago are almost finished. PISMO Gallery will be representing J.P.’s work this fall at the prestigious art exposition from November 1st-4th. Over four days, 100 galleries will present artists from around the world.

The presentation of J.P.’s Wheat Installations is 16 years in the making. He originally came up with the concept of glass wheat for his senior project at Alfred University in the mid 90s. Since then his knowledge of glass has grown to allow him to create a serene interpretation of a cross section of a wheat field. The varying dimensions of his installations give the imagination room to dream of glistening acres of wheat.

SOFA Expo Chicago will be held on November 1st-4th, 2012 in Chicago at the historic Navy Pier. Tickets and special viewings are still available to purchase at www.sofaexpo.com

May 23rd, 2012

Onshore Lagoon Breathe

 Seattle based artist, J.P. Canlis, is known for his steady tide of artistic creativity in the glass art genre. His visions of glistening wheat to towering stalks of bamboo may be the most well known, but the Ocean Studies can be equally captivating. Onshore Lagoon Breathe demonstrates his talents beautifully. The harmony of shape, depth and light join together in this Breathe series piece. The hand etched ripples on the surface of the piece are reminiscent of the texture of wind on water. 

The ability to bring the natural beauty found in nature, and contain it in one piece, is one of J.P.'s many talents. Whether in a gallery, residental or commercial setting, J.P.'s artwork showcases nature with contemporary elegance. 

View the Breathe Series here. To purchase Onshore Lagoon Breathe please contact info@canlisglass.com. 

April 3rd, 2012

Wheat Installation

At Canlis Glass, glass artist J.P. Canlis is working hard to keep up with the demand for his glass Wheat Installations. Hundreds of pieces of glass create a beautiful art installation in a resident or public setting. The application is virtually endless and the end result is a delicate balance of texture and depth. Please contact us for more information on commissions, pricing and availability.

View Wheat Installations here


March 7th, 2012

Aurora Backwash

 Artist J.P. Canlis' Backwash series has a new addition, Aurora Backwash. Deep color, graceful lines and elegant form in glass captures the natural phenomenon of backwash. A backwash, in the ocean, is the occurrence of two waves colliding after a wave has hit an obstacle that sends it reeling backwards. J.P. takes the organic movement of the water and recreates the simplicity of nature in glass. View Aurora Backwash here. 

February 10th, 2012

Sundown Peel

On display in the Canlis Glass Gallery + Studio in Seattle, Sundown Peel brings summer to life. During dreary months in the Pacific Northwest,  J.P. used the art of hand blown glass to recreate memories of surfing in Hawaii. Sundown Peel depicts the dip of the sun into the ray-drenched waters of Hawaii. The clean lines and balance of this piece, make it easily one of the nicest Peels J.P. has created.  J.P.’s love of the ocean, surfing and the sun is present in this piece.

View Sundown Peel here.

November 19th, 2011

Book your Holiday Party at Canlis Glass!

Canlis Glass Gallery is the perfect venue to rent for your celebration this year. Surrounded by Glass Art by J.P. Canlis, your guests will feel the quintessential Seattle atmosphere. Whether it is a company function, mingling with friends and family or an intimate sit down dinner, we are ready to accommodate your needs. Let us take care of the details and make your event memorable. Limited dates are available for reservation in December. Inquire today for availability. Email events@canlisglass.com or call 206.282.4428. For more information about renting the gallery please click here.

August 19th, 2011

Raindrop Chandelier

Raindrops are a common topic in Seattle. Fortunately, J.P. Canlis took this normal occurance to a new dimension with his hand-blown glass Raindrop Chandelier. Hung above a dining room table, in one of Seattle's most prestigious condos, everyday weather takes on a luminous beauty. This chandelier is lit externally to create glowing drops of rain for a dramatic design element that can be seen from the entrance of the home, as well as the main living area. Each component is blown, the largest piece measuring five feet in length. Please click on the link below to see current available Raindrop Chandelier.

View installation of Raindrop Chandelier

July 18th, 2011

Miniature Wheat
J.P. Canlis heard your praise about the lamp-worked glass art Wheat Installation, but for some of you, where to put it? For the urban dweller, the new Mini Wheat can be placed on your coffee table as a great conversation piece. This scaled down Mini Wheat possesses the same elegance and poise of it's parents. With 45 stalks of hand made glass wheat gracing your table or shelf even the most urban home can have a farm-like sophistication.

July 15th, 2011

Woodland Park Zoo: Jungle Party Donation

Friday, July 15th Woodland Park Zoo will highlight a Canlis Glass party live auction item. Visit with Leigh and J.P. Canlis at the fun auction and be the first in queue to bid on the event package at the renowned glass art gallery. Going for up to $7k at local live auctions,  the gallery party is now one of the hottest tickets in town.  Delicious appetizers prepared by Andaluca are paired with specialty cocktails by Makers Mark and great local wines.  This auction item will raise money for a great cause and be one to enjoy. We hope to see you here!

June 17th, 2011

Custom Glass Art Undertow

J.P. recently created a custom glass art piece from his Undertow Series. To fit a specific spot in a Seattle glass collector's home, he worked to make a three-piece Undertow set in a rich and bright topaz palette. The largest piece of the set (pictured here) was the most difficult to create with its fragility and scale. Installed in a kitchen niche, in a high-rise condominium, the Undertow set is breathtaking.

For more information on ordering a specific commissioned piece, please contact leigh@canlisglass.com.

June 12th, 2011

Canlis on the Cover of GAS.

Along side Dante Marioni and other notable glass artists, J.P.'s Breathe was chosen for the cover of the GAS conference booklet. Thank you, GAS!

June 2nd, 2011

J.P. Demo at GAS: Glass Art Society 11th Annual Conference

Glass Art Society will be holding their 11th annual conference in Seattle, WA this year. This 2011 Conference will celebrate the community and diversity of glass throughout the country and world. Who better than J.P. to demonstrate unique techniques of cold working glass during this great event? GAS is a three day conference that will be held all over Seattle and the surrounding areas taking in all the amazing artwork that Seattle has to offer. On Thursday June 2nd, stop by the gallery for the Canlis Glass Open House from 5pm - 9pm.

May 19th,2011

Liquid to Solid: A Conversation and Demo of Hot Glass with Canlis Glass

Seattle is widely known as the epicenter of glass art. Join us for a casual studio chat with renowned glass artist J.P. Canlis, and hear insider details of this magnificent art form. We'll discuss basic history of the Seattle glass scene, explore where and how J.P. finds inspiration, and watch a live demo by the artist. You'll leave with a strong foundation of discussing the art form with your clients and a deeper understanding of the mind of an artist.

To be held at the Seattle Design Center, 5701 Sixth Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98108, 10:30 am - 11:45 am. Coffee, pastries and further conversation with the artist to follow in the Canlis Glass Showroom at the Seattle Design Center. Please email atriumconcierge@hines.com to RSVP for lecture.

August 19th, 2010

Canlis Glass at the Seattle Design Center
Canlis Glass has opened a showroom at the Seattle Design Center. This satellite gallery has over twenty pieces of glass art including selections from Ocean Studies, as well as the large-scale Coral Bamboo and Raindrop Chandelier installations. The 3,000 square foot space features individual glass artwork and allows Canlis Glass to personally connect with the design and architecture world. Pieces are on display through February 2011. Look for emails about upcoming events at the SDC.

May 5th, 2010

New Raindrop Chandelier
Canlis has been busy in the hot shop developing a new version of his acclaimed Raindrop Chandelier. Composed of dozens of blown glass "raindrops," the chandelier will be lit externally, illuminating the etched surface of the glass pieces, creating an intricate web of shadows. Click on the video link to see J.P. blowing the pieces in the hot shop. Stay tuned for an unveiling of the breathtaking finished piece. The options for commissioning this installation series are virtually endless.

April 4th, 2010

New Breathe Prototype
J.P. Canlis has been working on a new art glass installation as a part of his Breathe Series. The new piece features a Breathe form that has been reconstructed from faceted sections of glass. Working with this piece has inspired Canlis to push the limits of his Breathe Series for residential and commercial installations. Stay tuned...

April 4th, 2010

At Home with Canlis Glass

Leigh & J.P. were honored to have their house and glass artwork featured in the Homes and Luxury Living section of the Puget Sound Business Journal.  Together with their new daughter Anais and their dog Kai, the couple welcomed the journal to explore their home filled with famiy heirlooms and other objects that hold memories and meaning.  As mentioned in the article, the Canlises have worked to create a welcoming and meaningful space in both their home and their glass art gallery.

Click here to read the article.

March 17th, 2010

New Glass Mobile

Over the past few months, J.P. Canlis created an original glass mobile for his new daughter, Anais Desirée Canlis.  The mobile recreates a school of glass Oama (baby goat fish) that make a beautiful sound as they move and softly clink against one another.  The mobile was inspired by J.P.'s childhood memories of fishing for Oama in Hawaii.  While creating this piece for his daughter, J.P. began considering the possibilities of other suspended glass pieces and mobiles.  Stay tuned...
Photo by: Eugénie Frerichs

March 11, 2010

Mario's Shoot at Canlis Glass

Canlis Glass welcomed boutique clothier, Mario's, to the gallery + studio for an exclusive photoshoot surrounded by glass art.  Paired with elegant glass installations in the gallery and industrial elements in JP's studio, Mario's Spring collection glowed.  Check out Canlis Glass on the pages of Mario's new Spring 2010 Edit.

February 24th, 2010

Glass Art for Baby Canlis

Leigh and J.P. Canlis are excited to announce the arrival of their daughter Anais Desirée Canlis (pronounced Ah-nay).  She was born on February 9th, 2010 at 7:42pm weighing 7 lbs 10 oz and measuring 19 3/4" long.

Over the past few months, J.P. created an original glass mobile for his new daughter.  The mobile recreates a school of glass Oama (baby goat fish) that make a beautiful sound as they move and softly clink against one another.  The mobile was inspired by J.P.'s fond childhood memories of fishing for Oama in Hawaii. 

January 9th, 2010

New Double Up Piece

New J.P. Canlis glass artwork on view in the gallery!  Perfect for a residential or corporate installation, Nanakuli Double Up, one of the new pieces in the gallery is a rich emerald that reminds J.P. of the beautiful waters of Nanakuli Beach on Oahu.  His Double Up series showcases the power of water building on top of itself when one wave catches up to another and creates a larger than usual wave.

Stop by the gallery to check out Nanakuli Double Up and the other new works that are now available for viewing!  For more information email info@canlisglass.com.

December 20th, 2009

Custom Dancing Portraits for the Space Needle

The Space Needle enlisted the talent of glass artist J.P. Canlis to make custom Dancing Portraits in commemoration of their award winning year.  The blown and sculpted Dancing Portraits resemble the glass sculpture Canlis designed for the Washington Wine Commission's 2009 Restaurant of the Year award, which was presented to the Space Needle's SkyCity Restaurant earlier this year.  Canlis Glass is honored to be involved with both of these great organizations that promote our local vintners!

Washington Wine Commission
Space Needle's SkyCity Restaurant

November 20th, 2009

Your Private Event at Canils Glass!

Host your private event at Canlis Glass! Urban, modern, sexy, unique... Canlis Glass Gallery + Studio is a one-of-a-kind, loft setting in the city of Seattle.  The 3000 Sq. Ft. space highlights the historic, rustic building in contrast to the elegant design within the gallery, while the glass studio allows a look inside the Seattle glass scene. Let Canlis Glass help transform your event into a memorable, unique occasion that will have your guests talking for years! 

Intimate wedding? Company gathering? Wine tasting? Birthday party? Anniversary? The gallery is a fabulous solution.  Book your December event now and receive a discounted rate. Call 206.282.4428 or email events@canlisglass.com for more details.

October 23rd, 2009

J.P. Featured in Pilchuck Live Auction

 J.P. was honored to have his work featured in the coveted live auction section of the contemporary glass event of the year, The Pilchuck Auction.  His piece, Deep Amber and Topaz Breathe, went for $7k, over the stated value of $5500. He was featured along with other glass artworks by internationally renowned masters such as Dale Chihuly and Davide Salvatore.  The event was Friday, 10/23/09, at The Westin in Seattle.

As a part of the Strategic Planning Committee for the Pilchuck Board of Trustees, Leigh was very pleased with the success of this event, which provided funding for a large portion of Pilchuck's world-renowned programs.  To see images from the preview and benefactor's night please click here.

October 15th, 2009

Canlis Glass at Mario's

J.P. Canlis' vibrant installation, Coral Bamboo, will be featured in the Mario's storefront window until Tuesday, Oct. 27th, juxtaposed with fine apparel from the boutique store.  On Oct. 15th, Canlis Glass was honored at an exclusive party at Mario's.  As the featured artist, Jean-Pierre Canlis was recognized for his new captivating works, which were displayed throughout the store.

As one of the event's sponsors, Details magazine will be covering the party in an upcoming two-page spread.  With over 350 in attendance, the Italian menswear company, Isaia, which also sponsored the event, brought in members from its New York branch to co-host the evening.  During the night, Irene Neuwrith was also recognized for her distinctive jewelry, which was displayed throughout the store, often in conjunction with J.P. Canlis' artwork.

September 12th, 2009

Canlis Glass installed over $250k worth of new, available artwork in the Penthouse of Fifteen Twenty One Second Avenue. A private showing happened on Sept 15th & 16th with over 300 in attendance. Click here to see video. An open house for the public is 9/26 and 9/27 from 12pm to 4pm. Please send an RSVP to info@canlisglass.com if you plan to attend. See you there!

*The highest (in elevation) residence north of San Fran! Fifteen Twenty One Second Avenue 1521 Second Avenue Seattle, WA For a Private appointment to see the new works, please contact Leigh Canlis at 206.282.4428 or leigh@canlisglass.com.

June 15th, 2009

Rain Drop Chandelier
The long-time vision of J.P.'s Rain Drop Chandelier is finally complete. Modern and clean in its feel, the overall concept makes a serious impact. Organic blown glass raindrops comprise the new chandelier designed and created by J.P. This 8-piece chandelier is designed to be lit from the exterior, causing the raindrops to illuminate, thus creating a dramatic look. The raindrops hang from a 36" round metal base. The options for commissioning this artwork are virtually endless!

March 2009

J.P. Canlis is honored to be chosen to create one-of-a-kind hand blown and engraved glass pieces for the Crown Prince of Dubai and the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi.  The artwork was presented as a gift from the city of Seattle to the Royalty during the recent International Study Mission trip hosted by the Trade Development Alliance and Seattle Chamber of Commerce.

January 2008

From January 11th through March 7th, visitors to www.NWJobs.com can vie for a chance to spend a day with one of eight Seattle-area Dream Jobs mentors including J.P. Canlis!  The winner will shadow J.P. for a day and get a glimpse of what it takes to be a successful glass artist in Seattle.

November 2007

On November 28th, J.P.'s Bamboo Tree was auctioned off at the Providence O'Christmas Tree's event.  The sale of the tree helped raise significant funds for Providence Senior and Community Services. 

October 2007

J.P.'s work was featured in the Seattle Homes & Lifestyles Showcase Home in Magnolia.  In addition to his artwork throughout the home, J.P. designed a Miniature Bamboo piece which was inserted into a custom dining room table by Sara Wise.

September 2007

J.P. created new Miniature Bamboo for the 2007 Discover Brilliant International Conference and Expo in Seattle.  These small pieces were presented as awards to companies creating sustainable solutions that are economically valuable and environmentally sound.  For more information about Discover Brilliant, visit their web site at www.discoverbrilliant.com

May 2007

Canlis Glass helped to raise funds for the Pratt Fine Arts Center with the donation of a glass blowing party and custom Swell piece for the live auction.  The item sold for well above the asking price and brought in more than $6,000 for the school.

May 2007

Bertschi School in Seattle celebrated their 30th year and grand opening of the new green built Bertschi Center.  As one of the first students of the school, J.P. spoke at the event and shared his memories of his time there.

March 2007

For the 2007 Poncho Invitational Fine Art Auction, Canlis Glass donated a Breathe set, coupled with the use of the Canlis Glass Gallery for an event.  The hand blown piece was an excellent addition to the exciting live auction at this successful event.

January 2007

Canlis Glass installed a 10 foot tall Bamboo Installation for Turgeon-Raine Jewellers in downtown Seattle.  The colorful installation fits beautifully into the already stunning space.

December 2006

Providence O' Christmas Trees named J.P. Canlis the 2007 Presenting Artist. J.P. helped host the event by presenting a custom glass Christmas tree which was auctioned at the annual gala in November 2007.

December 2006

J.P. Canlis developed a new cold working technique that distinguishes his latest set of Breathe pieces. By removing material, Canlis’ sand carving process produces a richly undulating texture over the skin of the Breathe forms.

October 2006

A brand new Undertow piece was displayed and auctioned to raise money for Pilchuck Glass School.  As a former student of of the famed school, J.P. was honored to contribute to such a worthy cause!

June 2006

The lobby of the Hotel 1000 is stand out, especially with the Canlis Glass oxblood Bamboo Installation surrounded by the all glass stairway. Installed in June, it was the center of attention of the new hotel.

June 2006

The BOKA Kitchen+Bar opening was a success with Canlis Glass art as the focus. In the center of the space is a towering, glowing Bamboo Installation. As you peer around the restaurant, you will see the whimsical Dancing Portraits framed within each booth. Don't forget the oversized, bent wine bottle too!

March 2006

Poncho's Invitational Fine Art Auction proved to be a great venue for the Canlis Glass donation of a glass blowing party for 12, coupled with individual hand blown favors and catered lunch (by Boat St. Cafe) in the gallery -- sold for over asking price in the live auction.

December 2005

The opening night of Canlis Glass Gallery & Studio was December 9th, 2005. With over 350 people in attendance the gallery's coming out was great fun and a success for the entrepreneurial couple who pulled all together so beautifully.

December 2005

Canlis Glass donated a hand blown Christmas tree to the O' Christmas Trees event in December. The unique blown glass sculpture helped raise thousands of dollars for the Providence Senior and Community Services. At 5 feet tall, the whimsical blown tree was full of blown glass flowers and was the talk of the night.

October 2005

The Director of the Museum of Glass was so impressed by Canlis Glass on Sept. 30th, she invited us back for another show. J.P. and a team of 9 assistants created 8 foot tall solid bamboo pieces.

September 2005
J.P. was the featured artist at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, WA. He blew glass in the hot shop of the museum for a large crowd. The reception was so great, Canlis Glass was invited back.

September 2005
Lease signed for the Canlis Glass Gallery & Studio space in Belltown. Work begins.

September 2005
Canlis Glass was featured at the Seattle Homes & Lifestyles sponsored ASID showcase house, the Moore Mansion, on Capital Hill, Sept. 10-Oct. 2, 2005.  The exposure proved to be fruitful.

August 2005
Canlis Glass was featured in the 2005 Seattle Street of Dreams.  The 7 glass artworks chosen for the home were a huge success. Over 100,000 people attended the event.

May 2005

J.P. created a new extension of his Ocean Studies series, involving innovative engraving techniques, to achieve a personal aesthetic. Please inquire for photographs of available works.

April 2005

A quarterly newsletter with updates about Canlis Glass will begin in Spring of 2006. Please add your name to our "mailing list" if you are interested in receiving the announcements of new works and exciting events.

Fall 2004

Fall 2004 Canlis Glass installed a fabulous 20 foot bamboo wall in an office space in downtown Honolulu. Over functioning doors, the bamboo graces the wall of a corporate office space.

Summer 2004

Canlis Glass was featured in "Showcase 2004" at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. J.P.'s artist lecture gathered a huge crowd. Thank you to those who attended.

January 2004

Canlis Glass helped sponsor the Starlight Ball at the Honolulu Academy of Arts in January 2004.  The donation of a day of glassblowing lessons by J.P. Canlis and Leigh's work as the Auction Chair helped contribute to the $10,000 raised that night.

Fall 2003

Invited to perform an Artist's Demonstration at the International Glass Museum in Tacoma, WA, J.P. demonstrated his skills to over 1000 people who attended.

Fall 2003

Hilltop Artists-in-Residence program in Tacoma, WA invited J.P. to teach and lecture on November 21, 2003. He enjoyed his time teaching the young adults and volunteering to help the glass art community.