Matt Eskuche

Pittsburgh Glass Center continues to support artists by recognizing a new artist each month. In November we welcome Matt Eskuche.

Matt Eskuche began flameworking in 1998 after metalsmithing for several years. His early glass influences were Emilio Santini and Cesare Toffolo, and more recently has been paying attention to what is going in the pipe-art movement.

He has taught classes at national and international schools including Corning, Penland, and the Pittsburgh Glass Center and exhibits his work with galleries and museums throughout the country.

His work can be found in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Racine Art Museum, the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. the Lampwork Museum in Kobe Japan, the National Gallery for Foreign Art in Sofia Bulgaria, and in the Eskisiher Contemporary Glass Arts Museum in Turkyie. 

See his work on display at PGC throughout the month of November.

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