Our business began in 1970 with prayers and dreams when Charles began in his backyard teaching himself the art of glassblowing. Today you can find Charles experimenting with some of the most breathtaking colors in the world. The chemistry of Charles is unique to Lotton Glass. One of the very few studios in the world to start with sand. Each artist has found his own style or niche you might say that produces some of the finest glass made in the world today. Few could foresee that Charles' works today would permanently grace hundreds of museum collections. His honored collectors have followed him through over 40 years of glassmaking watching the incredible progression of design in his work. This vase measures10"x7"
Frosted white and iridescent blue Vase from Zellique Art Glass. Joseph Morel, head craftsman of Zellique Art Glass Studio has chosen to carry on the artistic tradition of the process of "off-hand glassblowing". The Zellique Art Glass Studio glassblowers strive for harmony of shape, decoration and color. The finished product is an original work of art. 7 1/2"H x 4 1/2" W
Much of Michael Egan's work is an exploration of possibilities using intricate traditional Italian cane, in the Murano tradition. During a visit to his studio you might see his team at work producing these remarkable glass rods. This vase measures 7"x4"
The Meadow Flowers Vase by Shawn Messenger is part of her landscape collection, featured here is a 6"x6" round with a 1" opening in tangerine. The glass murrinis represent the flowers much like millifiori, a million flowers, in Italian.