Etai Rahmil is a glass artist based in Portland, Oregon, previously from Oakland. He is currently focused on contemporary sculptural interpretations of instruments, masks, and antiques.

After discovering glassblowing while studying sociology at the University of Oregon in 2009, Etai dropped everything and never looked back. Born in San Jose, California, he returned to his roots in the Bay Area in 2012 and connected with a motivated industry of glassblowers and collectors.

Etai's work can be found in galleries and private collections across the country. He is excited to continue pushing the art form and will continue blowing glass until his hands fall off.  



2018 Seattle Art Fair, Joseph Gross Gallery, Seattle, WA

2018 Sound and Vision, National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia, PA

2017 Solo Exhibition, "Many Faces" Inigo Glass Gallery, Austin TX

2016 Solo Exhibition, Habatat Galleries, West Palm Beach, FL

2015 Scope Miami Beach - Joseph Gross Gallery, Miami, FL

2015 Black and White Show, Just Another Gallery, San Diego, CA

2015 Next Gen Jewels, Habatat Galleries, West Palm Beach, FL

2015 Summer Group Show, Joseph Gross Gallery, New York City, NY

2015 The High Notes, The Cave, San Mateo, CA

2015 Emerging Artists, Habatat Galleries, West Palm Beach, FL

2014 Counter Culture Glass, Habatat Galleries, West Palm Beach, FL

2014 How Glass is, Made Gallery, Chicago, IL



2015 Workshop, Boro House, Spokane, WA

2014 Workshop, Glass Objects, Atlanta, GA

2014 Workshop, Borro Glass Studios, Springfield, IL

2012-2013 Youth Program, The Crucible, Oakland, CA

2011-2012 University of Oregon Craft Center