Randi Solin Glass: Handblown Glass Art
Randi Solin creates original blown glass sculptures for galleries, art consultants, interior design trade, public and private collections, and art collectors. Randi’s studio is located on the beautiful West River in the Southern Vermont Town of Brattleboro, Vermont.
Randi Solin uses glass like a contemporary abstract expressionist painter, combining techniques from Venetian and American traditions of glassblowing.
Solin's art has been collected, shown, and exhibited throughout the world. Her work is currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, and in the permanent collections of the White House and nine U.S. Embassies.
Randi’s glassblowing arena is located in Brattleboro, Vermont.
Black Nebula Emperor Bowl
Inspired by images from the Hubble telescope, the Black Nebula Emperor Bowl features layers of bright apple green, gunmetal black, and a flowing band of silver blue glass. Every Emperor Bowl is made to order and no two are exactly alike.
Visit Our Studio
Visit Randi Solin's glassblowing arena at Fire Arts Vermont, located on Route 30, two miles north of downtown Brattleboro.
Feel the heat of the glass furnace and watch professional glassblowers at work! Visit the Fire Arts Vermont gallery and open studios Thursday - Monday from 12-5.