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Lynn LaBarr

Lynn LaBarr has been blowing glass for more than 25 years. He began his career creating beakers, flasks, funnels, and other items used in laboratories for Corning Incorporated and has been at the Museum since 2000. Fascinated by the process of glassblowing and the ability to transform molten glass...

Barry Lafler is a scientific glassblower with more than 30 years of experience. He is a past president of the American Scientific Glassblowing Society. He has taught numerous workshops in the flameworking department at Salem Community College and now teaches at the Art League of Long Island.

Chrissy Lapham

Chrissy Lapham is a local artist who creates mixed-media sculpture using glass, wood, and other materials. Since receiving her B.F.A. from Alfred University in 2005, she has taught glassblowing at The Studio.

Kyle Lavery

Kyle Lavery is a member of the technical team at The Studio. He has been blowing glass since 2006 and earned a bachelor’s degree in visual arts, with a concentration in glass, from Keystone College, LaPlume, PA.

Jiyong Lee

Jiyong Lee is a studio artist and educator who lives and works in Carbondale, Illinois. An associate professor of art at Southern Illinois University, Lee has headed the glass program there since 2005. Lee was born and raised in South Korea. He earned his MFA from the Rochester Institute of...

Gayla Lee

Gayla Lee has been working in glass for 12 years. She apprenticed with Baltimore glassblower, Anthony Corradetti and has taken many glassblowing and kiln-forming classes at The Studio. Ms Lee was The Studio's artist in residence in May of 2010. She currently lives in Annapolis, Maryland where she...

Silvia Levenson

Silvia Levenson believes her work is an expression of her soul. She uses glass not for its natural beauty, but for its potential as a narrative medium. Born in Argentina, Levenson has been living in Italy since 1981. She received the Rakow Commission Award from The Corning Museum of Glass in 2004...

An object-maker, Reddy Lieb works with recycled glass to create conceptual and functional work. Based in San Fransico, she was a resident at the Sanitary Fill Company, and has completed a public arts commission for Glen Park Library, among other installations. Lieb earned an M.F.A. from California...

Beth Lipman

Beth Lipman is known for her works in glass that generally pay homage to still-life paintings from the 17th to the 20th centuries. Continuing her exploration of material culture as a means to understand desire and consumption, she investigated and recreated Victorian decorative arts during her 2011...

Kristina Logan

Kristina Logan is recognized internationally for her precisely patterned and delicate glass beads. She travels throughout the world teaching workshops and lecturing on contemporary glass beads and jewelry. Her work is in the collections of The Smithsonian Museum of American Art; Renwick Gallery;...

Alicia Lomné (Photo by Nancy Wiesser)

Alicia Lomné is an artist living and working on Whidbey Island, WA. Lomné has spent the last 15 years exploring and developing her own unique style of the kiln casting technique, pâte de verre. She has exhibited her work nationally and has participated in shows with The Kentucky Museum of Art and...

Quinn Luestner

Quinn Luestner is a contemporary artist focused on producing beautifully designed functional and sculptural objects in hot glass and paintings on flat glass windows, panels and tiles. Her daily studio practice involves many different glassworking processes, including glassblowing at the furnace,...

Philadelphia-based artist Christopher Lydon makes organically inspired sculptural and vessel forms as well as works with intense color contrasts that reference street art and anime.

Nonnie Lyketsos

Nonnie Lyketsos is an artist from Baltimore, MD. She specializes in original, custom-designed glass panels, awards, and serving pieces. Many of her pieces are made of layers of thick glass, with scores of small, handmade glass parts assembled and repeatedly fired in a kiln.