Keller Art Glass

What We Do

The world of glass runs hot and cold.  Both have their challenges and rewards.  For the past 35 years, I have enjoyed the opportunities of creating in the media of stained, etched, and beveled glass, referred to as cold working. Each has its own beauty and distinct visual landscape.
For the past 15 years I’ve ramped into the world of warm glass – working with a kiln to slump, and fuse glass – a new world of glass transformation.
Presently, the blend of these two disciplines has begun to develop into explorations that incorporate stainless steel and copper – another blend of exciting materials that continues to expand my horizons, and the potential of the body of work.
As a craftsman and artist, the equipment used to create the work is the right hand of the creator.  After studying photography and painting, and then working in the crafts,  I realized the importance of superior machinery, and have built much of the sandblasting, grinding, and  kiln equipment in the studio to my specifications, to allow greater control  of the final products.

The world of glass runs hot and cold.  Both have their challenges and rewards.  For the past 35 years, I have enjoyed the opportunities of creating in the media of stained, etched, and beveled glass, referred to as cold working. Each has its own beauty and distinct visual landscape.        For the past 15 years I’ve ramped into the world of warm glass – working with a kiln to slump, and fuse glass – a new world of glass transformation.    Presently, the blend of these two disciplines has begun to develop into explorations that incorporate stainless steel and copper – another blend of exciting materials that continues to expand my horizons, and the potential of the body of work.As a craftsman and artist, the equipment used to create the work is the right hand of the creator.  After studying photography and painting, and then working in the crafts,  I realized the importance of superior machinery, and have built much of the sandblasting, grinding, and  kiln equipment in the studio to my specifications, to allow greater control  of the final products.

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Keller Art Glass is a decorative art glass studio, creating one-of-a-kind works of art in glass, metals, and other materials, since 1973. Our work incorporates both residential, commercial, and liturgical projects.

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2151 Murray Hill Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
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