Michel L'Huillier

Stained glass, fusing and kiln-forming

Artist contact info:

617-435-0750

michel_lhuillier@yahoo.com

http://michellhuillierglass.com

 

Spring 2019 Exhibit Location #15

New Art Center  
61 Washington Park
Newtonville
 
 
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After studying Fine Arts and Art History in Strasbourg, France, I discovered my love for glass. I moved to Boston in 1995 and worked for eight years in a prominent stained glass studio. With 25 years of experience in working in the medium, I draw from three different techniques for architectural glass commission work: kiln-forming, fusing, and stained glass. I create functional fused glass objects with intricate colored inlays which are exhibited at juried craft shows: Craft Boston and Paradise City. In 2015 I received the Award of Distinction in Glass at the Craft Boston Holiday show. My objects can be viewed and purchased at the Boston gallery of the Society of Arts & Crafts and at the deCordova Museum. Since 2004 I have been sharing my passion for glass while teaching stained glass, fusing, mosaic and jewelry-mosaic in studios and schools in the metro Boston area. For the fall 2017 and winter 2018 television season of the PBS series “This Old House” I was featured on PBS in two segments of the Newton project with one of my stained glass students, Liz McQuillan: season 37, episode 11 and 14.  

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