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Biography: Dino Rosin

Dino Rosin

Dino Rosin is a master of the solid working technique. Born in Venice, Italy, he moved with his family to the island of Murano at the age of two months. At 12, Rosin left school and began to work as an apprentice at the Barovier and Toso glass works where he remained until he joined his brothers at their factory, collaborating for almost 20 years creating large free-form sculptures.

Rosin’s skillful use of ‘Calcedonia’ glass is unique and makes his pieces recognizable and highly collectible. He has taught workshops at the Pilchuck Glass School, UrbanGlass, and other glass schools in the United States. His work is shown at many galleries throughout the world.