Art Glass Fish by Anchor Bend Glassworks

Michael Richardson, Justin Tarducci & Timothy Underwood


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Blue fish with embedded copper screen
Blue/copper fish by Anchor Bend Glassworks
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Blue/copper fish by Anchor Bend Glassworks
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Blue/copper fish by Anchor Bend Glassworks
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4¼" h. x 6¾" w. x 2¼" d.
$65. SOLD
4¼" h. x 6¼" w. x 2¼" d.
$65. SOLD
4" h. x 6½" w. x 2¼" d.
Skipjack with blue/silver iridescent fins
Slipjack by Anchor Bend Glassworks
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Slipjack by Anchor Bend Glassworks
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Slipjack by Anchor Bend Glassworks
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$95. SOLD
3⅞" h. x 6½" w. x 2¼" d.
$95. SOLD
4" h. x 6¾" w. x 2½" d.
$95. SOLD
4" h. x 6¾" w. x 2¼" d.
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Slipjack by Anchor Bend Glassworks
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Slipjack by Anchor Bend Glassworks
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Slipjack by Anchor Bend Glassworks
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$95. SOLD
4" h. x 6" w. x 2¼" d.
$95. SOLD
4" h. x 6¼" w. x 2½" d.
$95. SOLD
4" h. x 6½" w. x 2½" d.
These fish can all be displayed standing on their fins or hung in a window.

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Artist Info:

The glass artists of Anchor Bend GlassworksThe Anchor Bend Glassworks glass artist collaborative was established in 2003. This talented team is comprised of childhood friends Michael Richardson, Justin Tarducci and Timothy Underwood. All met while exploring their shared enthusiasm for art, glass, and creation.

Combining their shared passion for hand blown glass after more than 10 years of personal development, Anchor Bend Glassworks continues to redefine the glassblower's art. The talents from each artist encourage and complement the energy and originality that permeates every piece of hand blown glass that Anchor Bend creates. Their award winning designs can be seen at select galleries and museums nationwide.

Highly trained in traditional glassblowing techniques, the partnership has over 40 combined years of creative experience in the hot glass studio. All have apprenticed under a selection of achieved glassblowers throughout the country.

Michael Richardson (middle), received his BA at St. Michael's in Vermont, a skilled marketing and studio manager, is thoroughly knowledgeable in all production support systems. Mike has exhibited work in New York, Vermont and Rhode Island. Justin Tarducci (left), BFA studied conceptual art at the prestigious glass program at the Rhode Island School of Design. Justin's original blown glass lamps can be seen in restaurants in New York. Timothy Underwood (right), is an accomplished conceptual glass artist. Technically proficient Tim's personal style has evolved through intensive hands-on studio experience. Tim is a veteran of numerous craft shows.
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