Concord Art Glass produces high quality fused glass plates, bowls, pendants, and sculpture.
Everything is made in our home studio.
We are based in upstate New York, and bring our work to Arts & Crafts Festivals in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Florida, New Jersey, and South Carolina.
Here is our current 2022 schedule:
Lyndhurst Spring (Tarryttown, NY) - April 29, 30, May 1
Westhampton NY - May 28-29
Allentown Buffalo, NY - June 11-12
Rhinebeck NY - June 25, 26
Great Barrington MA (Butternut Ski Area) - July 3-5
Chautauqua, NY - July 8-10
Guilford, CT - July 15-17
Syracuse, NY - July 23-24
Fox Run Garlic Festival (Geneva, NY) - July 30-31
Chautauqua, NY - August 12-14
Lyndhurst Fall (Tarrytown, NY) - September 16-18
We have had a life long love of glass.
We began by purchasing glass pieces for our home, and eventually we began to collect pieces by artists such as Pino Signoretto, William Gudenrath, Dominick Labino, Marty Kremer, Kari Minnick, Raven Skyriver and others.
We have spent many hours watching inspiring artists like Lino Tagliapietra, Davide Salvador, Marc Petrovic, Davide Fuin, Martin Janecky, Bertil Valien, Nancy Callan, and others demo their genius at CMOG.
Now we are making our own glass work,. We can be found, most weekends of the year, selling our work at Arts & Crafts Festivals in New York, Connecticut, and Florida. The rest of the time, we will be making glass pieces in our basement studio.
Eileen & Michael Radigan
We have been instructed by many well known glass artists, including Manuela Milan, Marty Kremer, Alicia Lomne, Kari Minick, Gayla Lee, Janet Dalecki and others. Most of our training was done at The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass.
In 2018, We are honored to have received the 'Best in Show' award at the Letchworth Arts & Crafts Festival, Award of Distinction at the Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival, first place in glass at Colorscape in Norwich, NY, and second place in glass/mixed media at the Bruce Museum Outdoor Festival in Greenwich, CT.
We continue to take classes and apply what we have learned to make the work 'our own'.