Steven Lundberg Iridescent Art Glass Vase Cup
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Steven Lundberg Iridescent Art Glass Vase Cup:
For your consideration, an iridescent glass vase or cup bySteven Lundberg. This artfully hand blown glass work measures about 41/2" tall and 2 3/4” in diameter and is pristine condition with no chips, scratches, or signs of wear. The workfeatures richvariegatedbands of iridescent oxides in purple, gold, and mauvecreatedin theart nouveau manner.The work isnoteworthyfor its asymmetrical folded facets. The piece is un-signed and the pontil is unfinished, making the work among the last produced by this artist. The piece isguaranteedto be created by Lundberg; the work wasacquiredfrom a large collection of Lundberg's last works, many of them unsigned.
A very fine example of the work of one of America’s finest late 20thcentury glass blowers.
Steven Lundberg was born in Chicago in 1953 and moved with his family to Santa Barbara in 1958. In 1972, his creative desires led him to become an apprentice glass blower to his older brother James. James Lundberg, with fellow artists like Stuart Abelman, was instrumental in the early development of the studio glass movement. Working as Nouveau Glass. In 1973, Steven and James formed Lundberg Studios in Davenport California. Steven’s skills continued to grow, and he developed into a master glassmaker. With the untimely passing of his brother James in 1992, Steve continued his work at Lundberg Studios. In January 1997, along with his wife Ola and son Justin, Steve created his own studio in California. Stephen Lundberg passed away in 2008.
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