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Eric Dahlberg received his BFA in glass art from Ohio State University, and his MFA in glass sculpture from the Rochester Institute of Technology. He teaches at More Fire Glass in Rochester, New York.

Janet Dalecki

Janet Dalecki was first introduced to art glass in 1989 through her family’s glass business. She received her BFA from Alfred University in 2002 and has worked in many privately-owned glass studios. She enjoys glassblowing, flameworking, fusing, and stained glass.

Nirit Dekel

Nirit Dekel exhibits a high standard for glass beads. Using the traditional lampworking technique, she developed her own style. Dekel’s wearable art jewelry shows creative thinking as well as correspondence with a long-respected tradition in glass. She explores a wide array of colors, textures, and...

Ross Delano

Ross Delano is a glassmaker who has been working with the material since 2005, when he was introduced to it at Franklin Pierce University while earning his BS in Business Administration. After college, he held numerous jobs includingmhigh school crew coach, old fashioned soda maker, and forklift...

Paul DeMarco received an MFA in sculpture from The University of the Arts. He is known for his teaching and involvement in contemporary flameworking, and works as a post-conceptualist studio sculptor in Southern California.

 Darin Denison

Originally from New York, Darin Denison has called Seattle home for 22 years. For the last 19 years, he has been blowing glass with many talented glass artists. Denison is currently self-employed and works as an integral part of Lino Tagliapietra's team.

Nadège Desgenétez

Nadège Desgenétez is a lecturer in the Glass Workshop at the Australian National University in Canberra, and teaches internationally. She has worked with a variety of artists in the United States and abroad, including Lino Tagliapietra, Dale Chihuly, Dante Marioni, and others. Desgenétez has been...

Miriam Di Fiore

Miriam Di Fiore has been working with fused glass since 1985. Her fused landscape works are in many public and private collections, and have been displayed in numerous exhibitions around the world. Di Fiore co-founded the Vetroricerca Glass School in Italy and has been teaching for more than 15...

Mark Ditzler

Mark Ditzler, a Seattle-based artist specializing in kiln-fired glass for art and architecture, has taught classes around the world, including The Studio in Corning. He has degrees in fine art and industrial design, and his work is regularly commissioned and displayed nationwide. In September 2017...

Courtney Dodd

Courtney Dodd was a Core Fellow at Penland School of Crafts from 2006-2008 and later worked for Devin Burgess, a former resident at Penland. Dodd holds an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University with an emphasis in glass, and a BFA from Missouri State University with a dual emphasis in graphic...

Ben Dombey

Ben Dombey received his MFA in the glass program at the School for American Crafts at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he also taught glassblowing courses. He earned his BFA in glass at Tulane University in New Orleans. A versatile and accomplished artist, Dombey has traveled around the...

Laura Donefer

Laura Donefer has used glass as her primary medium for more than 30 years, combining it with diverse materials. She was trained as a glass artist at Sheridan College School of Craft and Design. Later, she taught at Sheridan, in addition to Espace Verre, in Montreal. Her work has been exhibited at...

Mel Douglas

Mel Douglas is a graduate of the Australian National University, School of Art, Glass Workshop. Douglas has exhibited in many group and solo exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Her work is held in permanent collections such as the National Gallery of Australia and The Corning Museum of...

Fritz Dreisbach

Fritz Dreisbach was a founding member of the Glass Art Society.  In 2002, he was the recipient of the Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and is an unofficial historian of the American Studio Glass. He received the 1993 Rakow Commission, celebrating the first 30 years of studio glass and his own...

Noah Drew

Self-taught artist Noah Drew (Nobi-Wan) has been creating glass in his Upstate New York studio since 1997, drawing inspiration from his love of early 20th-century Art Nouveau, as well as his fascination with Hubble telescope imagery and all things science fiction. Drew interprets earthbound flora...

Tim Drier

Tim Drier has been a glassblower for 25 years, and applies his scientific glassblowing expertise to artistic flameworking. He concentrates on creating decanters, goblets, vases, and human sculptural forms. Drier has taught flameworking courses at The Studio and the Pittsburgh Glass Center, and has...

Allison Duncan

Allison Duncan joined the museum in 2008. She coordinates special programing and events at The Studio. Duncan plans and teaches programs that introduce people to hands-on glassmaking techniques. These include Fun with Glass, Immersion in Glass Studies, Road Scholars, and...

Bandhu Dunham

Bandhu Dunham is the author of the definitive glass text, Contemporary Lampworking: A Practical Guide to Shaping Glass in the Flame, as well as Formed of Fire and Creative Life. He has been working with glass for more than 40 years. Dunham began to teach himself...

Omur and Fatih Duruerk

Omur and Fatih Duruerk have worked with glass professionally since 2006. The couple are the owners of Karma Design Studio, and aim to develop the studio glass movement in Turkey. In 2011, they organized the first flamework-based glass biennial of Turkey, in the city of Denizli where they live. The...