Gregory Nangle

American, 1973

Born in 1973 in Philadelphia, Gregory Nangle first began making sculpture at the age of two when he began experimenting with his family’s clocks and radios. Gregory went on to study glass at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. He also attended the University of Hartford Art School where he met his first glass mentor, Mark Ferguson. While at Hartford, Gregory built his first metal casting furnace and illegally ran metal pours after hours in the school’s sculpture department. After discovering the joy of inducing metal into its liquid state, Gregory became focused on marrying the two new materials on his palette.

Over the years Gregory Nangle has taught techniques in glass and bronze at many different institutions including Surry College of Art and Design, the studio at the Corning Museum of Glass, and the Pittsburgh Glass Center. He has taught both as an instructor and with other artists, such as when he assisted Mark Ferguson with various glass casting workshops.

The love of creation led Gregory to pursue his own studio/foundry, Outcast Studios, which he established in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia. At Outcast, Gregory has had the chance to research and develop his own sculpture and furniture design.


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