Harvey Littleton had a dream about blowing glass without a factory to support the work, when his father, a Corning researcher, created a formula for glass, LIttleton took this and his dream and introduced his concepts at two workshops in Toledo in 1962. That began the studio art glass movement, and it continues to this day to thrive with collectors, educators, gallerists and artists working in glass around the world.

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