David Goldhagen

swirl decorator

About David

David’s sculptural forms and massive hand-blown platters are distinguished by his unique style. Using traditional glass blowing methods thousands of years old, David creates each piece individually, working with molten glass at temperatures in excess of 2000 degrees F. His pieces capture mixtures of metallic oxides and rare earth metals, such as silver, cobalt, gold, copper, dichroics and others. 

David earned a bachelor’s degree from Tulane university and enrolled in advanced glass studies at Penland school, and Pilchuck School. He is a member of the Glass Art Society. His work may be found in the permanent collections of numerous corporations, museums and foundations, including the following: Cocoa-Cola, Merrill Lynch, The Cerebral Palsy Foundation, Walt Disney, The North Carolina Museum of History, City of Winter Park Public Library, Asheville Art Museum, Tucson Museum of Art, Albany Museum of Art and Phillips Arena, Atlanta.

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