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Harald Wolfgang Eberhart has more than 35 years of experience working with Pyrex glass. His rich family tradition of glassworking extends from Vienna, Austria, through Canada to the United States. He has been employed as a master scientific glassblower, and he has his own studio and teaching...

Márta Edöcs

As a child growing up in Hungary, Márta Edöcs collected glass beads and used them to make her own jewelry. As an adult making her own glass beads, as well as plates and other objects, Edöcs finds joy and playfulness in shapes, surfaces, colors, and transparency. Edöcs practices flameworking to make...

Ben Edols

After receiving his postgraduate diploma from the Canberra School of Art in 1992, Ben Edols traveled across and worked extensively in the United States. He has been working with Kathy Elliott since 1993 when they had the first exhibition of their collaborative work at de Vera in San Francisco. They...

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As one half of one of the most successful artistic partnerships in Australia, Kathy Elliott has received international recognition from her collaborative glasswork with Ben Edols. Over the last 20 years, they have collaborated on work that has inspired and tantalized many through its intense color...

Max Erlacher

Max Erlacher has more than 40 years of experience with copper, stone, diamond engraving, and cold working techniques. He received a Master Engraver Certification from Lobmeyr in Austria. He then worked for Steuben Glass and owned his own business. Erlacher has worked on numerous art glass projects...

Matt Eskuche

Matt Eskuche began flameworking in 1998 and studied with Emilio Santini and Cesare Toffolo. He exhibits with Habatat Galleries Chicago and Sandra Ainsley Gallery in Toronto. His work has been published in New Glass Review (Volumes 25 and 29), Glass QuarterlyAmerican Craft...

Linda Ethier

Since founding Ethier Glass Studio in 1969, Linda Ethier has become recognized internationally for her pioneering, innovative work with fused and kiln cast glass. Throughout her career, Ethier’s work has focused on the interface between the self and its surroundings. Her latest series explores the...

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Adrianne Evans grew up in Pennsylvania, where twice a month she traveled through the Pocono Mountains and was fascinated by miles of road cuts. She draws inspiration from the complex mechanisms that shape the natural world, believing that the physical world we live in is mirrored by an equally...

Micah Evans (Photo by Mercedes Jelinek)

Micah Evans is a native of Washington State but glass has taken him around the country studying and working with countless craftsman, artists and designers. Recently, Evans was the Resident-in-Glass at Penland School of Crafts from 2012-2015, the first flameworker to receive the glass residency at...

Corinne Everhart

Corinne Everhart has been working with glass for more than 10 years. She earned a degree in Scientific Glass Technology at Salem Community College in 2009 and has been working for the Museum’s Make Your Own Glass workshop since 2010. She enjoys sharing techniques and helping students build their...