Glass Masters at Work: Pino Signoretto
Venetian maestro Pino Signoretto is recognized as one of the preeminent glass sculptors in the world today. He trained with celebrated Venetian maestro Alfredo Barbini and became a master himself in 1960, manipulating glass with uncommonly high skill.
Signoretto has worked with international artists and architects, and in many materials, but he remains committed to glass, which he calls the “unrivaled Master of my life..."
Documentary filmmaker Robin Lehman, winner of Academy and Emmy Awards, catches the drama and intensity involved in the creation of works in glass by the maestro Pino Signoretto. This video was made at The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass.