SIDNEY HUTTER - Hutter has more than 25 years of experience making art out of glass. His craft begins with a sheet of plate glass which he and his staff spend hours hand cutting into specific shapes needed to create vases, sculptures, candleholders and other pieces of art. They dye and adhere the pieces together, and begin the process of cutting, grinding, and sanding until the final piece emerges.”

SIDNEY HUTTER - Hutter has more than 25 years of experience making art out of glass. His craft begins with a sheet of plate glass which he and his staff spend hours hand cutting into specific shapes needed to create vases, sculptures, candleholders and other pieces of art. They dye and adhere the pieces together, and begin the process of cutting, grinding, and sanding until the final piece emerges.”

White House Vase #1 by Sidney Hutter - Construction of 1/4-Inch Krystal Klear Glass. Cut, ground & polished circles with 1/2-Inch Krystal Klear cut, ground , polished strips laminated in a spiraling pattern with violet dye in the laminations, 1993

White House Vase #1 by Sidney Hutter - Construction of 1/4-Inch Krystal Klear Glass. Cut, ground & polished circles with 1/2-Inch Krystal Klear cut, ground , polished strips laminated in a spiraling pattern with violet dye in the laminations, 1993

Sidney Hutter, Glass Artist - Twisted Abstracted Strip Vase  Pinned from http://www.sidneyhutter.com

Sidney Hutter, Glass Artist - Twisted Abstracted Strip Vase Pinned from http://www.sidneyhutter.com

Like this piece - shards of colored glass in an arrangement - neat - Barry Entner Glass Artist

Like this piece - shards of colored glass in an arrangement - neat - Barry Entner Glass Artist

Jack Storm Dichroic Glass Art My new crush! I adore the geometry and color skills in his glass!

Jack Storm Dichroic Glass Art My new crush! I adore the geometry and color skills in his glass!

Coldworked glass vase by Mark and Julia Glocke, who will be at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show in November 2012

Coldworked glass vase by Mark and Julia Glocke, who will be at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show in November 2012

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