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Hiroshi Yamano


Hiroshi Yamano graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology majoring in glass art in 1981. After graduation he taught at Pilchuk Glass School and founded Ezra Glass Studio in Japan with his hope to provide a fostering ground for young glass artists form Japan and overseas. He chose ocean traveling fish as his theme because fish symbolizes ones like himself who would die without continuing to swim or without self-discipline to improve one's skill.

His Commission:

ROCESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY LIBRARY (USA)
WHEATON GLASS MUSEUM(USA)
WINTER PARK CITY HALL(USA)
CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS(USA)
THE CHRYSLER MUSEUM(USA)
CHARLES A,WUSTUM MUSEUM OF FINE ART(USA)
GRAND CRYSTAL MUSEUM(Taiwan)
LOWE ART MUSEUM(USA)
GERALD L.CAFESJIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART(Armenia)


   
   
 


glass artists || art glass gallery || glass bowls  || glass sculptures  || glass vases  || lighting 
glass platters  ||  glass paper weights  ||  glass perfume bottles  || other glass styles||  glass fish
new items ||
new items
|| sale items ||  about us || purchasing || testimonials || view by style || contact ||


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Kapaa, HI 96746 
Toll Free (888) 255-3527 
or  (808) 822-4527 
Email:kelas@glass-art.com

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