As an avid fan of frozen treats, Gayle Forman seems to gravitate towards things that melt, spill, and generally make a mess. As an artist and designer her studio practice focuses on play, imagination, the absurd and the everyday. Continuing her studies from the Pittsburgh Glass Center in her hometown, Gayle received her BFA in Glass from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2014. Gayle is currently the Program Assistant & Staff Instructor at the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio in Norfolk, VA.
View her artist site here.
5% of Gayle's sales will go to ARYSE (Alliance for Refugee Youth Support and Education), which supports immigrant and refugee youth in the Pittsburgh area.
Forman Function, Gayle's design line, creates objects that straddle the line between user-friendly vessels and sculpture. Explore below!