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Jennifer Caldwell

Jennifer Caldwell’s work often draws inspiration from her environment. Born and raised in California, she began working with glass in 2000 while living in Hawaii. Caldwell now lives and works in Kingston, Wash., where the Pacific Ocean continues to influence her work. “Although my inspiration comes...

Nancy Callan

Nancy Callan’s artistic voice as a glass sculptor reflects her high-level training and talents. Callan attended the Massachusetts College of Art (BFA 1996) and lives in Seattle, Wash., where she is part of the vibrant Northwest glass community. Callan’s numerous awards include the Creative Glass...

Pavlína Čambalová

Pavlína Čambalová (b. 1986, Frýdlant, Czech Republic) studied gem cutting and engraving at the School of Applied Arts in Turnov, Czech Republic, then Glass Design and Engraving at the Higher Glass School in Nový Bor, Czech Republic. She worked as an engraver at Lobmeyr of Vienna since 2008, turning...

Kurt Carlson

Kurt Carlson has explored glassmaking for more than 30 years. His studies have included time at The Studio, Rochester Institute of Technology, Penland School of Crafts, the Pittsburgh Glass Center, and others. He and Lynda Pownall-Carlson run Carlson Glassworks together, with a focus on hot...

Bob Carson

Bob Carson began his flameworking career in 1988 as an apprentice making scientific laboratory ware. In 1990, he opened Carson's Custom Glass, and began working as a demonstrator at The Corning Museum of Glass.

Peter Carter

Peter Carter attended Hastings College. He has worked at The Corning Museum of Glass demonstrating on the Hot Glass Show stage and teaching at The Studio.

Robin Cass

Robin Cass is a professor in the Glass Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), where she has taught since 1998. Cass is also currently Chair of RIT’s School for American Crafts. Trained in the discipline of traditional Italian glassblowing, she uses these techniques in new ways to...

Eric Caster has worked with many flameworking masters at The Studio. He brings techniques that are used at the furnace to the torch.

Joseph Cavalieri

Joseph Cavalieri is an award-winning native New York artist and educator. His work can be seen in the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, the Leslie-Lohman Museum, the Italian American Museum, and the Stax Museum. He has exhibited in the US and Europe, most recently a solo show...

Jason Chakravarty (Photo by Andy Schultz)

Jason Chakravarty began incorporating glass through the use of neon into his sculpture in 1998 while attending Arizona State University. He was employed for four years at a commercial neon sign shop where he learned technical fundamentals of the neon process. In 2002, he began illuminating hot shop...

With a primary interest in the glass arts, Elin Christopherson makes work that often incorporates steel, wood, and mixed media construction. She combines both mechanical and natural elements into handmade objects reflecting a heritage in the crafts tradition. Her recent work is inspired by...

Daniel Clayman

Daniel Clayman has been working as a studio artist for 35 years. Well known for his cast glass sculptures, Clayman has recently turned his attention to large scale installations addressing memory and feeling. He holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and maintains his studio in East...

Keith Clayton holds an MFA in sculpture from the University of Illinois. He lives in Sidney, Ill., with his wife Deanna where they own and operate an independent glass studio. His pâte de verre creations are sold in fine stores and galleries nationwide.

Benjamin Cobb - Photo Credit Ken Emly

Benjamin Cobb first started working with glass in his hometown of Newport, Rhode Island. In 1997, he attended the School for American Crafts at the Rochester Institute of Technology. While working on his BFA, he continued his education with glassmaking classes at The Studio. Cobb worked at...

Katharine Coleman

Katharine Coleman has engraved glass for more than 25 years and has work in museums and private collections worldwide. Winning many awards, including the People’s Prize at the 2015 British Glass Biennale and a Coburg Glass Prize in 2006, she received the MBE in 2009, a British medal, for her...

Pat Collentine has worked with glass from flame to furnace and from Stockholm to Stanwood, Wash. He received his BA in glass design from California State University, where he teaches and works on public art commissions. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles and...

Becky Congdon

Becky Congdon has been working with flameworked glass since 1997, when she took a weekend workshop at The Studio. Today, she teaches and works full time at The Studio, as well as in her own studio.

G. Jane Cook

Jane (Glen) Cook is the Chief Scientist at The Corning Museum of Glass where she is the Museum's principle resource on the science and technology of glass to the public and the glass art community. Dr. Cook is the technical advisor to the new Specialty Glass Artist-in-Residence program, and works...

Jaqueline Cooley has been working with kiln-formed glass for more than 20 years, and currently divides her time between studio work, public art commissions, and arts development work. She was jointly responsible for organizing the exhibition Same Difference at the 2009 Glass Arts Society...

Brian Corr

Brian Corr has been working with glass since 1995. He received his BA from Hastings College in Nebraska and a Master of Visual Arts from the Australian National University. He has exhibited internationally and his work has been included in public and private collections around the world. He is...

Vittorio Costantini

Vittorio Costantini was born in 1944, on the island of Burano, which is near Murano, and situated in the lagoon of Venice, Italy. Typical of most islanders, he is the son of a fisherman and his mother was a lace maker. He began an apprenticeship in a glass factory at the early age of 11. Initially...

Amber Cowan Photo by Mary McEachern

Amber Cowan is an artist and educator working out of Philadelphia, PA. In 2014, she was awarded the Museum's Rakow Commission. She has taught alongside, and been the teaching assistant to, many prolific artists, including Paul J. Stankard, Gianni Toso, Lucio Bubacco and Emilio Santini. Cowan also...

Jennifer Crescuillo

Jennifer Crescuillo is an internationally exhibited artist currently living and working in Silver Point, Tennessee. Crescuillo was first introduced to glass at Bowling Green State University where she completed her Bachelor of Fine Art in glass. She continued her research at Southern Illinois...

Simone Crestani

Born in 1984 in Marostica, in the region of Venice, Simone Crestani started working glass at the age of 15 at the Massimo's Lunardon glass factory. After an apprenticeship that lasted 10 years, he opened his own studio. There, Crestani continues to work and is dedicated to research and innovation....

Rene Culler

Rene Culler is the Glass Program Coordinator at the University of South Alabama. She has numerous works installed in corporate collections throughout the United States including the Cleveland Clinic, Forest City Enterprises and Robert Wood Johnson Hospital. Her glass sculpture is included in the...

Yvonne Cupolo

Yvonne Cupolo is a nationally known jewelry artist, goldsmith, silversmith, and enamellist. She focuses on pet portraits in cloisonné enamel. Cupolo’s work has been published in Contemporary Enameling by Lilyan Bachrach (Schiffer, 2006). Her work has been included in exhibitions...