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Stoked Presents: Snic Barnes "Decades"

Stoked Presents: Snic Barnes
Saturday, June 8th 2024
In-Person: 21+
In-Person - 6:00PM EST / Virtual VIP - 8:00PM EST
After Party - 7:00PM EST
In-Person VIP - $30 Advance / $35 Day Of Show
Virtual VIP Ticket - $10
All Tickets Drop On Tuesday, May 28th At 4:20PM EST
In-Person VIP - $30 Advance / $35 Day Of Show


Virtual VIP Buyer Details:
Virtual VIP - $10

Virtual Buying Process:

  • Virtual Buying order will be drawn LIVE during the show
  • All virtual buyers names will go into the SAME hat and buying will go in order according to which the names are pulled
  • We accept cash, all major credit cards and cryptocurrency
  • All payments must be completed on our website
  • If payment is not received within 24 hours of the show your item will be released to the public and your ticket cost will be forfeited 

We hope you can join us! Please send us a message if you have any questions!

If you're able to join us in-person we encourage you to bring out special items from your collection to share with your fellow enthusiasts at our after party. Included with your in-person ticket is access to our studio and lounge space which will be jamming with live demos, the notorious hash bar by Helios Collective, heady brews, food, special guests, good vibes and more!

Can't join us in-person? No problem! Virtual VIP buying will be available beginning at 8:00PM EST on June 8th.

In his abstract flameworked and electroformed glass, Snic Barnes gives form to the unseen, ineffable and visceral. Through modern and traditional techniques, Snic's work draws attention to the unique qualities of glass, which he uses to create a colorful library of sculpted symbology. The result is a body of work that probes the nature of human consciousness and demonstrates pipemaking's potency beyond functionality and as artifacts in psychedelic culture.

​In the early 2000s, Snic was part of a small group of pipemakers experimenting with the electroforming process, which he continues to evolve for his craft. During that time, Snic also traveled to Tokyo to introduce modern lampworking techniques to a new generation of emerging artists. Unsanctioned in the US, Japan, and most of the world, Snic views pipemaking as resistance against control over the individual mind and human consciousness experience. 

In a world of intertwining beauty, chaos, fabrication, and compartmentalization, Snic creates tools for meditation that offer transport to contemplation and curiosity. His work, often incorporating elements from the natural and built world, echoes the ancient ceremonial practices that revered pipes as sacred and mystical objects, unlocking portals to heightened perception. 

Snic was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he lives and works. 


1997 The Crefeld School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2000 Appalachian Center for Craft, Smithville, Tennessee 

Snic has been the subject of solo exhibitions at prominent glass institutions worldwide. His work has been displayed at SCOPE Miami, National Liberty Museum, Joseph Gross Gallery, SOFA Art Fair, Habatat Galleries and Gregorio Escalante Gallery. His work has appeared in Vice, Juxtapoz, High Times, LA Weekly, Philadelphia Magazine, Wall Street Journal and the feature-length documentary Degenerate Art: The Art and Culture of Glass Pipes. Accolades include the American Glass Expo Glass Artist of the Year (Central Territory 2016) and Pipe Classic First Place (2009). 

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