Directory of California Glass Artists

Join us in celebrating California artists’ contributions to the Studio Glass movement in the United States on its 50th Anniversary.  We welcome glass artists of all decades who have worked in California to download and complete a Registration Form for inclusion on our Directory of California Glass Artists.

Artists Bring Studio Glass to California 1966-1986  (California Glass Time Line)

1960’s Artists
Suellen Fowler
John Lewis
Marvin Lipofsky
John Luebtow

Richard Marquis
Jay Musler

Rick Satava

Ruth Tamura
Mary White

1970’s Artists
Mark Abilgaard
Tom Adams
George Chittendan
Michael Cohn
Bill Concannon
Ann Corcoran
Guy Corrie
Dan Fenton
Janet Hiebert
George Jercich
Jim Kervin
Susan Longini
Peter Mangan
Janet and Rick Nickolson
Michael Nourot

Bruce Pizzichillo
Esteban Prieto
David Ruth
Penelope Starr
Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend
Molly Stone

Randy Strong
Bruce Suba
David Svenson
Phil Teefy

1980’s Artists
Elin Christopherson
Erik Eiserling

Dawson Kellogg
Mary and Stephen Kersey
Therese Lahaie
Andreas Lehmann
Dorothy Lenehan
Reddy Lieb
Dan Reilly
Johnathon Schmuck
Michael Sturtz

Dana Zed

1990’s Artists
Dean Benson
Joe Cariati
Kathleen Elliot
Bella Feldman
Jaime Guerrero

Guido Gerlitz
Ed Kirshner
Michelle Knox
Helen Lee
Kier Lugo

Lee Miltier
Janice Peacock
Sharon Peters
Joan Phillips
Treg Silkwood
Harlan Simon
Cassandra Straubing
Kana Tanaka
Pamina Traylor
Molly Stone
April Zilber

2000’s Artists
JP Long
Travis Sandoval
Liz Strickland
Matt Szouz
Demetra Theofanous
Jonah Ward
Jonathan Yao



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    • Past Exhibition: CCA: A Legacy in Studio Glass, January 26 – April 8, 2007. As one of the first studio glass programs in the United States, the California College of Arts created a visible legacy highlighted in CCA: A Legacy in Studio Glass. Featuring contributions made by CCA faculty and alumni to the American Studio Glass Arts Movement, this exhibit focused on 37 artists that have used creativity and technology to introduce this medium to the art and design community. In conjunction with the 100 Year Anniversary of the California College of Arts.

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