Jolanta Mozdyniewicz Spotlighted By Vetro
Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Fine Art Gallery is spotlighting Jolanta Mozdyniewicz as a magnificent Stained Glass artist!
We searched through social media, client referrals, personal referrals, business referrals, books, magazines, art shows and several other random places around the U.S. to bring in the best glass consignment artwork! Two years ago we meet Jolanta during GrapeFest as a street vendor artist. At the time Vetro was not selling Stained Glass art work. When we met Jolanta we instantly new we wanted to have her as a part of our consignment team! Vetro is excited to showcase Jolanta Mozdyniewicz glass artwork to all of our gallery visitors here in Grapevine, Texas!!!
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Ignite your Teams creativity this holiday season!
COMPLIMENTARY GLASS ART BONUS!
Book your holiday Teambuilding event today!
Join Vetro for an extreme holiday Teambuilding Event and receive a FREE gift of Glass Art!
Vetro’s Teambuilding events create an exciting and engaging holiday experience for your employees! While we know the primary focus will remain being the acknowledgement of your staff and all the amazing work they’ve done, Vetro will also turn the party into an opportunity for networking and team building.
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Vetro’s GrapeFest Visiting Artist!
VETRO GLASSBLOWING STUDIO & FINE ART GALLERY
Vetro exposes our glass patrons and community-at-large to an innovative, influential, glass artist, Aaron Tate! Arron Tate will be holding demonstrations at Vetro Glassblowing Studio during GrapeFest from 12:00p.m. – 5:00p.m. Saturday, September 15, 2018!
Here is a bit more about this awesome glassblowing artist:
Throughout his early and then professional years, Tate produced volumes of fashionable decorative art pieces, interior design fixtures, and functional ware. These were created with a notable versatility that would transcend any specific decorating style, and would contribute to his success as a sculptor in solid worked, blown, and cast glass.
Aaron Tate forms his sculptures in recognizable images of humans and animals. His designs include natural subjects, made objects, and landscapes. He has developed a style in which the juxtaposition of images is often beautiful or classic and yet enigmatic. By the use of a repetitive light and dark technique superimposed on the surface color, he is able to affect an atmospheric quality to sculptures already suffused with symbolic purport and historic connections. The return of the overall structure and intricate detail is the viewer’s interpretation of the work and to link the art, the artist, and the viewer’s self.
Aaron said in part, “Some of my pieces are happy and uplifting and others make one pensive and thoughtful. That is what the artist strives for, a personal response to a sculpture, an object, that evokes something from one’s personal experiences in this space-time. It’s so…personal – the viewing.”
Here at Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Fine Art Gallery, we are excited to feature this remarkable guest glass artist during the 32nd Annual GrapeFest. Please be aware that there will be an admission fee and Vetro is not able to wave that fee or allow guest to come into the gates for free! Please visit http://www.grapevinetexasusa.com/grapefest/ for further details related to GrapeFest tickets.
Terry Porto Spotlighted By Vetro
Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Fine Art Gallery
Terry Porto as a magnificent flameworking artist!
We searched through social media, client referrals, personal referrals, business referrals, books, magazines, art shows and several other random places around the U.S. to bring in the best glass consignment artwork! Vetro is excited to showcase Terry Porto glass artwork to all of our gallery visitors here in Grapevine Texas!!!
A bit more about this awesome glass artist:
Terry Porto was born and raised on Staten Island while it was still a rural part of New York City. As an alumnus of the State University of New York at Oswego, she pursued a career in teaching elementary school. She’s taught in Staten Island, New Jersey, and Texas. She lived in Staten Island and New Jersey until she migrated to Texas in the early 90’s. Though she still isn’t used to the heat, Texas is home.
Terry’s been dabbling in art in one form or another since second grade when she won a prize for her poster on dental health. Her latest and longest lasting love is lampworking. The taffy-like consistency of melting glass, the blending of the colors, and the variety of outcomes never fails to mesmerize her. Her beads do not reflect just one style of bead. Instead, she prefers to dabble with many different techniques when creating her beads. So you will find sculptural, whimsical, or even studies in color mixing among her work.
Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Gallery, 701 South Main Street, also located at the train depot, surrounds you with a cascade of color in vibrant glass sculptures and delightful light filled objects.
The Vetro gallery houses many fine glass artists’ work, glass jewelry, and over fifty consignment artists. The performance of the glass blowers choreographing their skills in front of the glowing glass creations is always a source of entertainment.
Do not forget to come by Vetro and check out our
Spotlighted Artist Terry Porto!