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David Lotton

David Lotton's love of glass making started at the age of ten when his father built a glass studio in their back yard. His exquisite technique developed through the years. Today he works out of his own studio continuing his pursuit of excellence by creating unique sculptures, vases, and paperweights. David is unique in that he has developed his own formula for each color. David Lotton's creations are treasured by art glass collectors throughout the nation. His works are on display at many fine Galleries and Museums including the Corning Museum, the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum, the Newark Museum, and the Houston Museum of Fine Art.

Clematis Vase
7"H x 8"W

Clematis Reflection Series
11"H x 7"W

  Organic sculpture
8" High

Peter Vanderlaan / Mary Beth Bliss

Peter Vanderlaan has been working with glass since a teenager. He has a unique partnership with Mary Beth Bliss. They explore both collaborative and independent designs in glass. Her designs coupled with Vanderlaan's vast knowledge of the material, produced a series of daring examples that push the limits of this amazing fluid called glass.

Selected Profession Experiences

1993  Co-founded Guadalupe Glass Corporation, an open air demonstration glass works and showroom in Santa Fe, NM

1983  Teaching Glass with Fritz Dreisbach, Shorty Finley, and Mary Beth Bliss at Texas Tech in Lubbock, TX.

1978  Teaching Assistant to Dale Chilhuly & Dan Daily, Pilchuck Glass School, Seattle, WA

1976  Moved Glory Hole Glassworks to La Cienega, NM and built, with Mary Beth Bliss, new glass studio & hot shop.

1974  Visiting Artist: Glassblowing intstruction at the University of Hawaii, Honolulu

1973  Built, with Dale Chilhuly, a glassworks for the Sante Fe Indian School and conducted extended glasscasting and glassblowing workshops with Dale Chilhuly at Glory Hole Glassworks, Sante Fe, NM

1970  Apprenticed as a glassblower at Glory Hole Glassworks, in Sante Fe, NM, with Mel Knowles & Jack Miller, purchasing the glassworks six months later.

Small Optical Laminate
by Mary Beth Bliss

"Nickelodeon" 1998
by Mary Beth Bliss 11"x16"x22"
6" High


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