Jon Kuhn

Jon Kuhn is regarded as one of the leading glass artists in the world. With works featured in over 40 international museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Vatican Museums, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the White House Permanent Collection, the National Museum of American Art and hundreds of private residences and public spaces, millions have enjoyed his beautiful works.

Where the majority work with molten or blown glass, Mr. Kuhn works in cold glass that is cut, polished, and fused into a myriad of shapes from the inside out. The result is a sculpture that takes in surrounding light, then reflects and refracts it back into space much like a fine diamond. No two are alike, and once created they appear to change color and radiance when viewed from different angles and lighting. His desire is to continue creating beautiful works, every one unique, bringing light and joy to those who experience them.

 "Four Tops"  Paperweight Series  4 1/8" square x 2 5/8" high by Jon Kuhn

"Four Tops"
Paperweight Series
4 1/8" square x 2 5/8" high
by Jon Kuhn

 "Red Spinner"  Paperweight Series  2 7/8" square at the block x 2 3/4" high. The base plate measures 3 1/4" square. by Jon Kuhn

"Red Spinner"
Paperweight Series
2 7/8" square at the block x 2 3/4" high. The base plate measures 3 1/4" square.
by Jon Kuhn

 “Sea Flower” by Jon Kuhn 19 ½ h x 13”w x 13”d Cut, Polished and Laminated Colored and Schott Glass with Gold Leaf  

“Sea Flower”
by Jon Kuhn
19 ½ h x 13”w x 13”d
Cut, Polished and Laminated
Colored and Schott Glass with Gold Leaf