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Seekers Glass Gallery


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Seekers Glass Gallery - Staff

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Arden look lovely showing off a display of Rhapsody Vases by Michael Mortara & some Marbro Vases by Tom Stoenner.


Museum Quality Art Glass by Tom Stoenner & Seekers Glass Gallery

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Seekers presents handblown glass by Tom Stoenner.Seekers Glass Gallery presents the work of Tom Stoenner, whose original designs are distinguished by bold color combined with classic shapes.


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Seekers® Glass Gallery presents the work of Tom Stoenner, whose original designs are distinguished by bold color combined with classic shapes.The artist creates one-of-a-kind signed and dated vases, bowls, paperweights, goblets and ornaments. Tom blows each piece freely, without the use of molds, using traditional glassblowing methods that are thousands of years old.He creates each piece at the end of a five-foot long metal blowpipe, constantly spinning and reheating the viscous mass as it has been done for millennia.He uses ancient glassmaking techniques, along with many of his own invention.He achieves his distinctive color combinations through use of concentrated formulations of metallic oxides such as gold, silver, cobalt and others, which He blends into the molten glass.He melts the glass in a furnace and works it at temperatures in excess of 2000 degrees Fahrenheit.When He completes the blowing and shaping process, Tom removes the piece from the pipe and places it into an annealing oven, where it will cool slowly.Stoenner earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Hamilton College, then began three years of apprenticeship at Gilmor Glassworks.He established his own studio in1982 in upstate New York, and continues to design and create all the work himself.Stoenner was twice a recipient of the American Craft Museum Design Award, New York.His art has been featured in New York Magazine, House Beautiful and other national publications.Stoenner's works have been shown throughout the United States and are included in numerous public and private collections.


Tom Stoenner's Artist Biography @ Seekers Glass Gallery

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Seekers® Glass Gallery presents the work of Tom Stoenner, whose original designs are distinguished by bold color combined with classic shapes.
The artist creates one-of-a-kind signed and dated vases, bowls, paperweights, goblets and ornaments. Tom blows each piece freely, without the use of molds, using traditional glassblowing methods that are thousands of years old. He creates each piece at the end of a five-foot long metal blowpipe, constantly spinning and reheating the viscous mass as it has been done for millennia. He uses ancient glassmaking techniques, along with many of his own invention. He achieves his distinctive color combinations through use of concentrated formulations of metallic oxides such as gold, silver, cobalt and others, which He blends into the molten glass. He melts the glass in a furnace and works it at temperatures in excess of 2000 degrees Fahrenheit. When He completes the blowing and shaping process, Tom removes the piece from the pipe and places it into an annealing oven, where it will cool slowly. Stoenner earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Hamilton College, then began three years of apprenticeship at Gilmor Glassworks. He established his own studio in1982 in upstate New York, and continues to design and create all the work himself. Stoenner was twice a recipient of the American Craft Museum Design Award, New York. His art has been featured in New York Magazine, House Beautiful and other national publications. Stoenner's works have been shown throughout the United States and are included in numerous public and private collections.


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