Dante Marioni

Dante Marioni (b. 1964) is a glass artist. He is most well known for his freely blown, colorful, tall, and thin vessel forms. His work is influenced in its form by the Venetian tradition.

He attended Pilchuck Glass School, Colorado Mountain College, and Penland School of Craft. His work is in the collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Mint Museum of Craft and Design, The White House Crafts, Columbia Museum of Art, and Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, among others.

Dante Marioni is featured in the Family episode of Craft in America.


L: Dante Marioni, Colored Vessel Display, 2006, Courtesy of Dante Marioni, Roger Schreiber photograph
R: Dante Marioni in his studio, Mark Markley photograph

Seattle glass artists Dante Marioni and Preston Singletary met in high school and have stayed connected, personally and professionally, ever since.

See objects from Craft in America: Expanding Traditions, a seven-city traveling exhibition that ran from 2007-2009, and other Virtual Exhibitions

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