Whether you’re searching for a unique piece of jewelry or a decorative item for your home, visit LMB Art Glass where you’ll find these things and more.
Nestled in the Design District, the gallery focuses on quality and diversity, and artists include:
Dallas native Simon Waranch is just nineteen years old, and he began glassblowing after becoming passionate about the process during a trip to Murano, Italy. Simon is currently attending the College of Creative Studies in Detroit, and his first museum show will take place in November 2018.
For more than two decades, Edward Kachurik has created incredible sculptures, some of which are on display in museums. All of his designs are handcrafted using wooden blocks and newspaper, and each flat surface of the sculpture must go through several steps of polishing to achieve Edward’s desired finish. Facets are added for visual enhancement, and all of his work is personally signed.
Anna Lou Carnes
Based in both Dallas and Chicago, Anna Lou Carnes turns shattered glass into beautiful creations. Anna Lou has studied with masters including Joseph Ivacic and Rebecca Johnson, and she boasts that she’s not confined by what’s doable, but rather inspired by what’s magical.
Mayauel Ward originally wanted to be a physical therapist, but after taking one glassblowing class, he was hooked. He was raised four blocks from Manhattan Beach, and his work reflects his love of the ocean and nature with their coral reef and floral designs. Mayaeul creates vases, perfume bottles, and torchwork paperweights, and his pieces are collected throughout the United States as well as in countries such as Germany and France.
LMB Art Glass is just one of the art venues near Radius at Turtle Creek. If you are thinking about calling our community home, please contact us. Our leasing agents would love to give you a tour.Back to all posts