Transparent Banded Vortex Vase in Cerulean Cool Lime and Grape by Michael Trimpol and Monique LaJeunesse (Art Glass Vase) | Artful Home
Transparent Banded Vortex Vase in Cerulean Cool Lime and Grape by Michael Trimpol and Monique LaJeunesse. A flattened vase with 3 distinct bands, the middle being a swirl of colors the top and bottom solid colors. Hot constructed, free-blown and flattened.
Michael Richardson, Justin Tarducci, and Tim Underwood (Anchor Bend Glassworks) Glass Artist | Artful Home
Anchor Bend Glassworks is an artistic collaboration like few others. Tim Underwood, Michael Richardson, and Justin Tarducci are highly skilled *glassblowers:blown glass* with a combined 40+ years in the art business. They bring their varied lives, businesses, and artistic experiences together to infuse their art glass creations with vitality and originality.
Robert Held (Robert Held Art Glass) Glass Artist | Artful Home
Robert aspired to be an artist from an early age. His father, a sculptor, only lived six years of his son's life, but passed on the talent and appreciation of art that gave Robert the beginnings of a quest to create beauty in form and color. Some works are inspired by the paintings of famous artists such as Monet and Klimt, while others take inspiration from photographers and interior designers.Robert's art pieces are created using techniques developed over 2000 years ago. His work begins as…
Italian Murano Facet-Cut Sommerso Glass Ashtray
View this item and discover similar for sale at 1stDibs - Vintage Italian Murano Sommerso facet cut ashtray or bowl with a green oval centre cased in a layer 'halo' of yellow glass and an octagonal outer layer
Rene Lalique Vases Archers 1899
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Maestro Elio Quarisa worked for years at the finest glass factories in Murano. In his "retirement," he taught glass at schools throughout the world. A well-loved instructor at The Studio, Elio inspired hundreds of artists through his works and instruction. After his death in 2010, a scholarship fund was created by Elio's friends and students to support furnace glassworkers who shared his passion for Venetian glassblowing. In Elio's memory, Roberto Donà, proprieter of Carlo Donà, maker of…
One of the worlds most eminent living glass artists, Lino Tagliapietra was born in1934 on the island of the centuries-old center for Venetian glassmaking, Murano. At the age of eleven, he was apprenticed to the glass studio of the internationally known Muranese master, Archimede Seguso, and…