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This video is a documentary on the Italian maestro Pino Signoreto. In 1996, a year before I opened my studio, I was able to study under Pino for a week. Pino is known mostly for making solid formed sculptural objects. He has worked with many glassblowers including Dale Chihuly's team in Seattle over the years. We lost Pino recently, it felt too soon, but we learned so much. I hope you enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNKSM9mtxAs
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2 days ago

Stafford Art Glass

Okay, a little glass-based entertainment! This is William Morris who is known mostly for making sculptural vessels and a unique form of hand sculpting glass. This documentary is already at least 25 years old, since Billy has retired from glass. Another video tomorrow by a maestro that I studied under for a week in the 90's that I think you will find equally interesting!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LL-ijM-5438
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3 days ago

Stafford Art Glass

While we take advantage of reasonable weather before it gets too hot to work, enjoy this "Machia" by Dale Chihuly, 2015 at the V.M.F.A., Richmond Virginia. I'm working on some tumblers as gifts so it feels less like work on a Sunday! ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

Stafford Art Glass

Good morning glass family! The lillies out front at the studio are now in full bloom! It's feeling festive around here. Have a great 4th of July weekend! ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

Stafford Art Glass

Happy Friday! Small but mighty, a couple of pieces in a recent day-long class. Our instruction is always one-on-one so classes are always small. We keep our participants safe by distancing and always disinfecting by wiping down tools and pipes carefully. It's important to stay safe.

We are moving into a period of the Summer where temps will be too high for glassblowing to be safe, so we will be picking classes back up again in the Fall (fingers crossed!).
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