Art Glass by Eben Horton

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Purple Haze vases & bowls
Blue Haze vase by Eben Horton
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Purple Haze bowl by Eben Horton
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11" h. x 7¾" dia.
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9¾" h. x 8¾" dia.
Oceana vase Tsunami bowl Chakra vase
Oceana vase by Eben Horton
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Tsunami bowl by Eben Horton
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Chakra vase by Eben Horton
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$425. SOLD
7⅝" h. x 8¾" dia.
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9¼" h. x 8" dia.
$165. SOLD
8½" h. x 6" dia.
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Turkish vessels
Turkish vase by Eben Horton
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Turkish bowl by Eben Horton
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10¼" h. x 9¾" dia.
$165. SOLD
8½" h. x 7¾" dia.

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Artist Info:

Eben Horton began blowing glass at the age of 15 in the late 1980's as an apprentice at Thames Glass in Newport Rhode Island. After learning the basic skills of the trade, Eben attended The School of American Crafts BFA program at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. After completing the program, Eben taught glass blowing classes at The Corning Museum of Glass and began establishing his own business of creating glass for residential and commercial clients nationwide.

In 2000, Eben founded The Glass Station- his personal glass studio. At The Glass Station, Eben and his team of glass assistants create glass for sale at the studio's gallery, Floats for The Glass Float Project, and create work for Architects and Interior Designers who come to Eben with their concepts. Eben also teaches classes at the studio.

Artist Statement:
“I have been making glass since i was 15... I'm not sure why I was drawn to it at such a young age, but I knew very early on in life that I was connected to glass and fire.”
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