Richardson, Colin

Colin Richardson, who grew up in Iowa, was fascinated by glass even in his early teens when he watched his mother - glass artist Cathy Richardson - making stained-glass panels. After glass courses at the Corning Glass Studio in 1994 and 1996 he was hooked. The family moved to Minnesota, and after graduating from university in 2006, Colin became a full-time member of the Touchstone Studio. A major influence on his work was a private study course with Chris Buzzini. His glass-encased still-lifes - incorporating flowers, frogs and butterflies - are all signed and dated one-of-a-kind pieces.

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    A collaborative piece combining the talents of Colin and Mike Hunter. Blue & yellow 2-dimensional asters - their petals arranged around complex white millefiori canes - are supported by a short green stem bearing two variegated leaves. Encircling the lampwork flowers is a garland of extremely complex millefiori canes with blue & white crimps and...

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