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!!!
A bit more about this awesome glass artist:
Jolanta began working with Stained Glass in September of 2013, after taking classes from Debbie Malone at the Funky Firefly in Chico, Texas. Jolanta knows how important it is to be involved with the glass community and has taken that to a whole new level by becoming the Treasurer of TGAA (Texas Glass Artists Association). Jolanta loves the challenges glass gives her, while she is creating new innovative designs and experimenting with elaborate color manipulation. Jolanta says, “Stained Glass is my new art passion.” One of her newest art additions stemmed from the local love of train goers here in Grapevine, Texas! These miniature Stained Glass trains brought many smiles to children and adults visiting Vetro this past year!
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.
So do not forget to come by Vetro and check out our Spotlighted Artist