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Henry Halem has been working in glass since 1968. He was one of the founders of the Glass Art Society. He retired from teaching and now devotes himself to working full time in his studio. His work has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. His recent work...

Alex Hamilton is a graduate of Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, and was a resident at Harbourfront Craft Studio in Toronto. He has been a Researcher-in-Residence at The Studio, and a teaching assistant for Emilio Santini since 1997. Hamilton has also taught workshops at Sheridan College and...

Jiří Harcuba

Jiří Harcuba (1928 - 2013) was widely regarded as a glassmaker who deserved to be called a "legend." He was born into a glassmaking family, and his admiration for the famous 19th-century Bohemian engraver Dominik Biemann led him to learn the craft. He received a classical education in glass and...

An internationally respected artist, James Harmon has worked, primarily in glass, for more than 30 years. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the world. Harmon has presented several lectures and workshops, taught classes in art academies, and received awards for his...

Jamie Harris

Jamie Harris is a glass artist and designer living in New York City. A graduate of Brown University, Harris has studied at many of the most renowned glass schools in the country, including Pilchuck Glass School, Rhode Island School of Design, Penland School of Crafts, Haystack Mountain School of...

A self-taught artist who has been working with glass since 1976, John Healey has developed new methods and tools to laminate, grind, and polish glass.  His work has been exhibited internationally, and he makes much of Paul Stankard's cold-worked glass.

Ryan Higgins is an emerging studio artist working in borosilicate glass who shares his love and passion for glass with others. His work has been included in books and videos about flameworking and is exhibited throughout the country.

Shin-ichi Higuchi

In 1987, Shin-ichi Higuchi began his serious research in the techniques of pâte de verre with Kimiake Higuchi. Neither of them had received any formal training in glass. They established many of their original techniques through several years of trial and error. Their work is represented in many...

Kimiake Higuchi

Kimiake Higuchi began exploring the technique of pâte de verre in 1987 with Shin-ichi Higuchi. The Higuchis established many of their original techniques through several years of trial and error. Currently, their work can be seen in many museums and galleries and is collected globally....

Judy Hill

Judy Hill received her BA from the Falmouth School of Art, Falmouth, Cornwall, England, and her MFA from Louisiana State University. She has had numerous solo exhibitions at Grover/Thurston Gallery, Seattle, Wash., as well as Judy Hill: The Self Transparent, From the Collection of Driek and...

Eric Hilton studied at Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland. He has many years of teaching experience in the United States, England, and Scotland. Hilton's awards include both an NEA fellowship and grant for architectural research. He was a designer at Steuben Glass for over 20 years and has...

Franz X. Höller

Franz X. Höller has studied, lived, and worked in Germany for several years. His work can be seen in the collections of The Corning Museum of Glass; Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Japan; the American Crafts Museum; and several museums throughout Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and France....

Chad Holliday

Chad Holliday received a BFA from Emporia State University, Kansas, and an MFA in glass sculpture and metal fabrication/jewelry design from the Rochester Institute of Technology, New York. After completing his graduate work, Holliday accepted an artist-in-residence at the Grand Crystal Museum in...

Jason Howard

R. Jason Howard is a glass artist who specializes in borosilicate flameworking. He lives in Skaneateles, New York, blowing glass full time and running his production studio, Cicada Glassworks. Howard first began working with glass in 1996 while at Hamilton College, with glass artist Robert Palusky...

Gina Hubler's formal education is in Interior Design, and she holds a degree from Bauder College in Miami. She has also studied in Ravenna, Italy, and achieved the title of Mosaicista. She has traveled extensively and has explored many cultures in Europe and Asia. Hubler has been a...

Dinah Hulet has been a studio artist for more than 25 years, focusing on mosaic glass portraiture. She has lectured and demonstrated at Glass Art Society conferences and paperweight collectors' associations, and has taught workshops at Penland School of Crafts and UrbanGlass. Her work is exhibited...

Lauren Hunt

Lauren Hunt, whose work is inspired by traditional Venetian forms and techniques, has been working with glass since 2008. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BFA, predominately studying under Emilio Santini and Jack Wax. Immediately after graduating, Hunt moved to Corning, NY...

Sidney Hutter (Photo by Robert Peaden)

Sidney Hutter Glass & Light was formed in 1987 by glass artist, Sidney Hutter. From his Newton, Mass., studio, Hutter designs and fabricates one-of-a-kind, functional and decorative, sculptural glass objects. Over the years, he has developed a sophisticated and refined practice of cutting,...

Marshall Hyde

Marshall Hyde has been working with glass for over 22 years in a variety of processes, including blowing, kiln forming, flameworking and engraving. Hyde earned his MFA in Glass and Sculpture from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale in 1995. He first began working with the Czech master engraver...

Caitlin Hyde

Caitlin Hyde lives in Corning, NY, and has been making flameworked glass beads and small sculpture since 1996. She teaches workshops at The Corning Museum of Glass and across the country. Hyde’s background in illustration, textile design, and love of high contrast, rhythmic pattern are evident in...

Beth Hylen

Beth Hylen is reference and education librarian at the Rakow Research Library. She joined the Library in 1978 and has worked in a variety of positions. She holds a BA in English from Centre College of Kentucky, Danville. She earned her MLS at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Hylen...