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Jeff Mack

Jeff Mack's career as a glassmaker has offered him a variety of opportunities, from factory production to working and studying with world-renowned glass artists. He has been the manager of the Glass Pavilion at the Toledo Museum of Art, as well as a glassblower and instructor at Henry Ford Museum...

Nathan Macomber received a self-designed B.A. in glass from Prescott College in Arizona. He has taught numerous private classes throughout his career and is currently setting up his own private studio in New Hampshire where he will continue to teach and explore his own work.

Sheila Mahut’s career spans more than 25 years, during which she has exhibited internationally, and successfully developed many series of blown and kiln-cast glass. She has taught at Sheridan College and Sir Sanford Fleming College, as well as at numerous workshops in North America.

Joanna Manousis

Joanna Manousis has worked, studied, and taught in Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and has received a number of scholarships and awards for her blown and kiln-cast sculpture. These include a Bombay Sapphire nomination, the Frabel award for “Best Artist,” and a finalist entry in “E...

Tink Martin is best known for her intricate, blown soft-glass vessels and other hollow forms. Her work has been featured in regional exhibits, and is included in museum collections worldwide. She is an experienced and passionate educator, and teaches at the School of Art and Design, at the Toledo...

He received his B.F.A. from Kent State University in 1998. Since then he has worked in private studios, taught glassblowing classes, and demonstrated glassblowing for the National Heisey Glass Museum in Ohio.

Iwao Matsushima is a lecturer at the Toyama City Institute of Glass Art and a faculty member at Okayama University, both in Japan. He taught himself the ancient art of core forming, and his work has been exhibited in museums and shows worldwide. His demonstration at the Glass Art Society conference...

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 physicality, has become the one factor unifying Matthews’...

Linda McCollumn

Linda McCollumn has worked with glass for more than 18 years, exploring many techniques including fusing, sandblasting, diamond-etched and kiln-fired enamels, stained glass, and Precious Metal Clay. She has been a bead instructor in The Studio’s Make Your Own Glass workshop since 2002.

David McDermott

David McDermott has 40 years of glassworking experience, predominately working with leaded glass in Sandwich, MA. He has handcrafted custom glass for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in New York City, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the film industry, and for many heads of state.  For the last 10...

Josiah McElheny received his B.F.A. in glass from the Rhode Island School of Design. He has studied with Lino Tagliapietra and Jan-Eric Ritzman. McElheny, who lives in Seattle, has worked with such artists as Richard Marquis, Dante Marioni, and Dale Chihuly. His works have been exhibited...

Christopher McElroy received his B.F.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has exhibited extensively in the United States, and has taught flameworking workshops at Red Deer College, Kyoto University of Art and Design, the Penland School of Crafts, and the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design....

William McGrath has been working with hot glass for more than 20 years and operates an enameling and fusing studio in Rochester, NY. His colorful fused glass bowls and platters are featured in many national and international galleries.

D.H. McNabb

DH McNabb grew up as a son of a military officer in Tampa, FL.  His eyes often wandered the globe in his father’s den, seeking to find where his parents had lived and traveled. He dreamt that he too would travel and glass has done just that. Glass has enabled him to see and to learn: a world, a...

Eric Meek

Eric Meek has been a full-time gaffer at the Museum since 2005. After graduating from Bowling Green State University, Eric studied glassblowing at The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass and the production studio at the Henry Ford Museum. He received his M.F.A. from Kent State University and...

Robert Mickelsen has taught extensively at major glass schools including the Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts, and UrbanGlass. He has filmed and produced two videos on his flameworking process and published numerous technical and historical articles on flameworking. He is currently...

Helen Millard is one of Britain’s finest contemporary cameo glass engravers and, though she has been deeply influenced by historical glassmaking and engraving techniques, she has developed her own style. Using stunning color combinations, she depicts her love of nature, ranging from the delicacy of...

John Miller

John Miller has been working in glass for more than 20 years and focuses on blown sculpture. He earned his M.F.A. at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and has worked at Pilchuck Glass School for 15 years. He exhibits internationally, lectures and demonstrates nationally, and is an...

Donna Milliron's life is completely encased in glass: she combines her knowledge in cold work, fusing, lampworking, pâte de verre, and casting glass to create award winning works of art. Her works have been in museum shows in the United States, Europe, and Japan, and are in the permanent...

Kari Minnick

Kari Minnick holds a degree in studio art from the University of California at Davis, and has been an exhibiting artist and educator for more than 25 years. Collected internationally, Minnick’s works are in private, corporate, and embassy collections. She owns the Kari Minnick Art Glass Studio, LLC...

James Minson is a third-generation glassworker. His grandparents, who were scientific glassblowers in London, established the Minson Scientific Company in Sydney, Australia. Minson has degrees from the Sydney College of Art and Tama University in Tokyo, where he studied on a research scholarship...

Dan Mirer

Dan Mirer develops a dialogue between design and craft, to create designs that combine processes. Mirer makes elegantly shaped vessels, including a unique series of functional and decorative hand-blown bottles. His work has been shown at UrbanGlass, Bellevue Art Museum, and in the Smithsonian Craft...

Klaus Moje is the founding director of the glass workshop at the Canberra School of Art. He received his master's certificate from Rheinbach and Hadamar, Germany. In 1997, he was honored by UrbanGlass for his innovations in glassworking. His work is exhibited in many public and private collections...

James Mongrain was introduced to glass at Moorhead State University in Minnesota, and later studied glassblowing at Massachusetts College of Art and the Appalachian Center for Crafts. He has worked with Jim Dine, Kiki Smith, Jeff Koons, Robert Wilson, and Walter Lieberman. In 1997, Mongrain opened...

Jessi Moore

Jessi Moore, originally from Seattle, has worked and studied in Washington, Illinois, Hawaii, New York, and Denmark. Moore has been the recipient of numerous awards including scholarships to study at Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Craft, and The Studio. She has also served on the board of...

Nick Mount has been in the vanguard of the Australian hot-glass movement since he was introduced to the medium in art school in 1974. He has worked primarily as a private, studio-based designer and glassblower, and he is noted for his design and manufacture of a wide range of glass products, as...

Danish-born Tobias Møhl began his glassblowing career as an apprentice and became a master glassblower while with Holmegaard in Denmark. He has worked as an independent artist for more than 20 years. Møhl has taken master classes with Lino Tagliapietra and Checco Ongaro at Pilchuck Glass School and...