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Lino Tagliapietra

Lino Tagliapietra was the 1996 recipient of the prestigious Rakow Commission of The Corning Museum of Glass. Tagliapietra, who is also a Fellow of the Museum, has played a major role in introducing Venetian glassworking techniques in the Far East, Australia, Europe, and North and South America. He...

Debbie Tarsitano

Debbie Tarsitano founded Tarsitano Studio with her father in 1976 in Valley Stream, NY. The studio is currently located in Westford, MA. Her studies have included glassmaking and brush painting domestically and abroad. Her work has been exhibited in the Flint Institute of Art, the John Nelson...

Delores Taylor - Photo Credit Roger Schreiber

Delores Taylor has been a glassmaker for more than 30 years. She has studied a variety of techniques with numerous teachers worldwide, and specializes in pâte de verre sculptures. Her teaching and lecturing has brought her across the United states, China, and Great Britain. She was awarded...

Chris Taylor was born in 1970 in Tehran, Iran. He has been working with glass since 1993 and will receive his M.F.A. at the end of 2002. He has traveled and worked extensively in Europe, especially in Denmark. Taylor has taught workshops at Glass Axis and the Cleveland Institute of Art, both in...

Michael Taylor work is represented in such international collections as the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, The Corning Museum of Glass, and the Museum für Kunsthandwerk (Germany). He has received awards and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Fulbright-Haynes...

Leo Tecosky

Leo Tecosky’s art focuses on traditional glassblowing and neon bending techniques. He also explores the screen printing process and found-art sculptural installations. He attended New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and most recently, The School of Visual Arts. Tecosky is an...

Roger Thomas began to work with stained glass in California in 1973, and a decade later, he turned to fusing. In 1988, he moved his studio to Portland, OR, where he continues to experiment with fused glass as a pictorial medium and to develop methods of dealing with what he calls “the fused glass...

Cappy Thompson

Cappy Thompson has been painting glass since 1976. She started her career as a stained glass painter and became internationally recognized for her reverse-painted narratives on glass using the grisaille (or gray-tonal) painting technique.  Her works have been shown and collected...

Nancy Tobey has been beadmaking since 1996 and today is a full-time glass bead artist and teacher. She has taught and exhibited throughout New England, and is an active member of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers, serving on the board of directors from 1999 until 2002.

Cesare Toffolo

Cesare Toffolo was born in Venice in 1961 and comes from a family of well-known master glassmakers in Murano. At the age of fourteen he started working in his father’s studio where he learned the fundamentals of lampworking. With his inventive spirit and his own avant-garde technique, Toffolo...

Cynthia Toops is a full-time artist and jeweler who had been working with polymer clay for more than 25 years. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the United States, and is widely published in books and magazines. She earned a B.F.A. from the University of Washington and was...

Gianni Toso

Gianni Toso is descended from a long and distinguished line of Muranese glassblowers. A renowned maestro in Venice during the 1960s and 1970s, he was one of the first to share his immense knowledge of glassmaking. In addition to being a celebrated virtuoso of lampworked sculpture, he has...

Milon Townsend

Milon Townsend has been working with glass for more than 35 years, in flameworking, cold working, and kiln casting. He is the author of numerous books, videos, and articles on glass, art, and marketing. He frequently presents at workshops, classes, and conferences and his work is represented in...

Victor Trabucco

Victor Trabucco began working with glass in 1974 after seeing a flameworker make a sculpture. He knew this was what he wanted to do for his life’s work. Trabucco says that “Glass is the ultimate challenge; it has properties of no other material and offers the artist possibilities that are inspiring...

Pamina Traylor is a lecturer at the California College of Arts and Crafts. She received her B.A. from Bryn Mawr College, began studying glass at San Francisco State University, and received her M.F.A. in glass sculpture from Rochester Institute of Technology. In 1995, she was awarded a fellowship...

Stephanie Trenchard (Photo by Jeremy Popelka)

Stephanie Trenchard works out of the Wisconsin studio that she shares with husband, Jeremy Popelka. An oil painter as well as a glass artist, Trenchard holds a bachelor of fine arts degree in painting from Illinois State University. She works primarily with cast glass sculptures, providing...

Heather Trimlett

Heather Trimlett has been creating flameworked objects full time since 1992 in El Cajon, CA. She designs colorful and illustrious glass beads, marbles, buttons, and jewelry which have been featured in many beadmaking publications. Trimlett’s work has been featured in many beadmaking publications....

Matt Tyner (Photo by Julie Delaney)

Matt Tyner is a glass artist based in the mountains of Western North Carolina. He began blowing glass in 2006 with his wife, and has been working professionally in the field ever since. He is driven by the passion to discover and pioneer glass techniques and has a breadth of knowledge regarding...