This handcrafted art glass tableware features Studio Glass Company’s Aspinwall design. Inspired by the rivets on a train bridge in Aspinwall, Pennsylvania, this series of bowls and platters celebrates the varied textures of Pittsburgh’s industrial landscape.
Studio Glass Company’s collection of home goods and lighting feature powder printed imagery and designs. Through the powder printing process, founder and designer Dan Buchanan employs traditional screen printing methods, replacing ink with glass powders and paper with sheets of glass. The detailed layers of imagery are then fused together in the kiln to create heavily textured images.
Studio Glass Company’s tableware is functional and food safe. The bowl is 1.5”Tx9.5”Diameter and the platters is 12”Lx7”Wx0.5”Deep. The topside features layered glass imagery and the back is a solid chocolate brown.
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About the Producer
Studio Glass Company
Daniel Buchanan founded Studio Glass Company in 2008. He specializes in lighting, tableware, architectural elements, and original artwork. A professional artist since the mid 1990s, Dan found his passion for glass in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he apprenticed in several studios. Dan moved east and attended Carnegie Mellon University to study studio art. After earning his degree, Dan started the Studio Glass Company to showcase and promote his dynamic kiln-formed glass designs. Open to collaboration and customized products, Dan looks forward expanding Studio Glass Company’s mark on the design community. Dan has created custom wall sconces, tile back splashes, windows, and signage for private and corporate clients, including The Allegheny Regional Asset District.