David Huchthausen

David Huchthausen’s involvement with glass spans more than three decades and covers a wide range of concepts and techniques. Elements of his early background in Architecture, his intense interest in primitive art and ritual and a focus on the Art Deco and Modèrne periods that preceded World War II are all evident in the development of his blown glass and sculpture between 1970 and 1980. The images in these public archives are intended to provide an historical perspective on the artist’s work and its relationship to his current concepts and directions. All of these pieces are in public and private collections worldwide.