In 2009 Ann Hollingsworth set up Hollingsworth Studio, which specializes in kiln cast and hot-cast glass. Here the artist makes architectural installations and sculpture using, glass, concrete, plaster, wood and bronze.
Hollingsworth’s work was featured in the 2012 exhibition Conference of the BIrds, a Cynthia Reeves Project at Mana Contemporary in New Jersey. (A continued exhibition to various venues in the United States is being discussed.)
In addition to Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley, California, Hollingsworth also is represented by Visions West Gallery in Bozeman and Livingston, Montana; and Denver.
In October 2013, Hollingsworth will be featured in a two-person show with art instructor and collaborator Jane Rosen at Seager Gray Gallery.
At Pilchuck glass school, Hollingsworth was nominated for the 2010 Corning Award.
Recently, the artist participated in the 2012 California Glass Exchange 50 Years of Studio Glass Celebration at the Crucible in Oakland, California.
A member of the Oakland Museum Art Guild and a member of the Glass Alliance of Northern California.
Hollingsworth was interviewed by Demetra Theonafanous for the Glance Info website.
She was an artist in residence at Kala Institute in Berkeley. She’s a member of Public Glass in San Francisco, where she’s taught kiln cast and in 2010 had a solo exhibition.