Sidney Hutter has spent 40 years creating fine art sculptures using traditional glass techniques in combination with commercial processes used in architectural glass, adhesive and pigment industries. His innovative cold-working style played an important role in the growth of the Contemporary Glass Movement. His uniquely developed pallet of pigmented adhesives allow him to create landscapes of color laminated between layers of clear, polished glass. Sidney’s work can be found in museums, private and public collections around the world, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Museum of Art and Design in New York and the Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC. In 1993, White House Vase #1 became part of the White House Craft Collection and he has created projects for the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Hong Kong, the Hyatt on Collins in Melbourne, Australia, as well as for the Pittsburgh Gateway Hilton and the Righa Royal Hotel in Osaka, Japan, to name just a few.
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“I have experience working with the JArts Think Tank, Temple Shalom Open Your Eyes Arts committee, Hanukkah Windows at the Leventhal Sidman Jewish Community Center, and Newton Open Studios. I also give many art tours of my studio.”
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