If you are looking for fine glass art, be it big or small, look no further than Northampton, Massachusetts. The Chesterfield Glass Art gallery meets the needs of both wholesale and everyday retail customers looking for beautiful glasswork. Both pure artistic sculptures and functional pieces are featured at this gallery, from a wide array of artists and designers. These flameworked and blown pieces offer choices for lighting, furniture, glassware, paperweights, jewelry, sculptures, and more.
Robert Mickelson’s “Parasol” is a masterpiece of delicate webs of glass, from his studio in Florida.
Dave Colton’s Fiery Graffiti (above) is representative of his abstract, swirling glass sculptures. These incredible pieces capture flowing motion and brilliant color in a fragile yet solid medium.
The Chesterfield Gallery showcases functional pieces as well as abstract sculptures- including paperweights, bowls, vases, and glassware. Still, these practical items retain an artistic edge, such as the Chris Windsor Dichro Nesting Bowl set.
Photos courtesy of Chesterfield Glass Art
You can see more of the wide array of glass designs from Chesterfield Glass Art in person at the upcoming Architectural Digest Home Design Show! From March 19 to 22 (at Piers 92 & 94, 55th Street at 12th Ave, New York City), pieces will be on display in the MADE section of the exposition, devoted to showcasing the work of independent designers and artisans. Don’t miss out!