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Studio Faculty Presentations

The Studio
January 29, 2013 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Matthews, Ditzler, Erlacher, Stankard, Bubacco, and Seaman

This week features Lucio Bubacco, Mark Ditzler, Max Erlacher, Mark Matthews, Harry Seaman, and Paul Stankard.

Hear from some of the best-known glassmakers in the world, through free, informal public lectures by Studio faculty, every Tuesday night throughout the winter class sessions.

Meet the Presenters

Lucio Bubacco
Lucio Bubacco's works combine the anatomic perfection of Greek sculpture with the Byzantine gothic architecture of his native Venice. He is known for his unique human and fantasy figures, which are entirely hand-formed and incorporated in blown...
Mark Ditzler
Mark Ditzler is a Seattle-based artist specializing in kiln-fired glass for art and architecture. He teaches at studios across the United States, and has taught at the Glass Furnace in Istanbul, Turkey. He has degrees in fine art and industrial...
Max Erlacher
Max Erlacher has more than 40 years of experience with copper, stone, diamond engraving, and cold working techniques. He received a Master Engraver Certification from Loebmeyr, in Austria. He then worked for Steuben Glass and owned his own business...
Mark Matthews
Mark Matthews has become internationally recognized for his mastery of the glass sphere.  He began handling molten glass for aesthetic purposes in 1974 while studying with Henry Halem at Kent State University. The sphere, with its minimal...
Harry Seaman
Studio Facility Manager
Harry Seaman is facility manager at The Studio, where he regularly teaches beginning and advanced glassblowing courses. He received his B.F.A. from Alfred University. Seaman works mainly with furnace-blown and cast glass, which is then cold worked.
Paul J. Stankard (Photo Credit Lauren Garcia)
Paul J. Stankard is an internationally acclaimed artist and pioneer in the studio glass movement. He is considered a living master in the art of the paperweight, and his work is represented in more than 60 museums around the world. He is a Fellow of...