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Davidson-Gerson Modern Glass Gallery

Trace the innovation story of Studio Glass from its founding in 1962 to the present by examining selected artists and their contributions.

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Vase Made by Harvey K. Littleton at the Second Toledo Museum of Art Glass Workshop, 1962

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Vase Made by Harvey K. Littleton at the Second Toledo Museum of Art Glass Workshop, 1962

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Artifact

Vase

Date Made

June 1962

Place of Creation

United States, Ohio, Toledo 

Object ID

2016.85.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

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Vase Made by Harvey K. Littleton at the Second Toledo Museum of Art Glass Workshop, 1962

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"Parabolic Section" by Harvey K. Littleton, 1980

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"Parabolic Section" by Harvey K. Littleton, 1980

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Artifact

Sculpture (Visual work)

Date Made

1980

Object ID

2015.92.37

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Bruce and Ann Bachmann.

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"Parabolic Section" by Harvey K. Littleton, 1980

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"Summer Bouquet with Honeybees" by Paul J. Stankard, 2004

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"Summer Bouquet with Honeybees" by Paul J. Stankard, 2004

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Artifact

Paperweight

Date Made

2004

Summary

Paul Stankard is one of the founders of the Studio Glass movement of the 1960s and 70s. Most early Studio Glass artists began their careers creating paperweights and moved on to other forms. Stankard concentrated on creating the most technically sophisticated and beautiful paperweights he could imagine. Today, Stankard is acclaimed for his miniature worlds, consisting of imaginary botanicals, bees and sometimes human figures.

Object ID

2016.34.16

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

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"Summer Bouquet with Honeybees" by Paul J. Stankard, 2004

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Goblet by Lino Tagliapietra, 1996

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Goblet by Lino Tagliapietra, 1996

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Artifact

Sculpture (Visual work)

Date Made

1996

Object ID

2015.92.67

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Bruce and Ann Bachmann.

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Goblet by Lino Tagliapietra, 1996

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"Candy Apples in Green, Red, and White" by Richard Ritter, 2008

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"Candy Apples in Green, Red, and White" by Richard Ritter, 2008

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Artifact

Sculpture (Visual work)

Date Made

2008

Object ID

2015.92.59

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Bruce and Ann Bachmann.

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"Candy Apples in Green, Red, and White" by Richard Ritter, 2008

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"Ocean Floor" Ladder by Therman Statom, 2007

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"Ocean Floor" Ladder by Therman Statom, 2007

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Sculpture (Visual work)

Date Made

2007

Object ID

2016.44.44

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Bruce and Ann Bachmann.

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"Ocean Floor" Ladder by Therman Statom, 2007

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"Tension" by Dan Dailey, 2002

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"Tension" by Dan Dailey, 2002

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Artifact

Sculpture (Visual work)

Date Made

2002

Object ID

2015.92.16

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Bruce and Ann Bachmann.

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"Tension" by Dan Dailey, 2002

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"Devils Blowing Glass" by Lucio Bubacco, 1997

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"Devils Blowing Glass" by Lucio Bubacco, 1997

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Artifact

Sculpture (Visual work)

Date Made

1997

Summary

Lucio Bubacco grew up surrounded by the centuries-old glass culture of the island of Murano, Italy. He invented a glass technique to sculpt bodies that appear in motion. His figures are precariously placed in poses that make for a lively arrangement. He uses a delicate soda-lime glass mixture instead of the sturdier Pyrex to achieve a more vibrant, colorful result.

Object ID

2015.92.9

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Bruce and Ann Bachmann.

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"Devils Blowing Glass" by Lucio Bubacco, 1997

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"Blue Macchia with Yellow Lip" by Dale Chihuly, 1999

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"Blue Macchia with Yellow Lip" by Dale Chihuly, 1999

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Artifact

Sculpture (Visual work)

Date Made

1999

Object ID

2015.92.10

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Bruce and Ann Bachmann.

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"Blue Macchia with Yellow Lip" by Dale Chihuly, 1999

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Mazorca Con Grillo Y Rana

William Morris makes glass that doesn't look like glass.  

#475 Marbles

These marbles made the Studio Glass Movement possible.  

Emergence Series

Dominick Labino: Chemist by training. Artist by avocation.  

December Song

John Kuhn's dazzling and kinetic pieces delight the senses.  

All-Night-Take-Out

Emily Brock explores Americana in miniature.