Glasscaster with Marcie Davis Erwin Eisch A Life of Sharing Techniques, Inspiration, and a Little Mischief

by Marcie Davis

Photos Courtesy of The Corning Museum of Glass

For Erwin Eisch, the eldest of six children and son of master glass engraver Valentin Eisch, glass production was a family affair. Factory work, however, led to blown glass art as Erwin began to experiment with bits of glass. He became know for his mold-blown, sculpted, engraved, and painted glass heads and his work with Harvey Littleton.

This article was originally published on page 42 of the January/February 2013 issue of Glass Art.


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