Glass LifeForm Virtual Tours

Glass Lifeforms at the Fuller Craft Mueum 2021

"Lifeforms!" Glass Biological Model Exhibition 2016

Pittsburgh, PA - Feb 5 - May 15, 2016

"Lifeforms 2016" is an exhibition of the best biological glass models made in the spirit of the famous 19th and 20th century models of invertebrates and plants made by the father and son team, Rudolf and Leopold Blaschka for the Harvard University’s Botanical Museum.

Nearly 200 entries, almost double from the first year, were received from across the U.S. and from 15 countries for this juried exhibition. Only 55 select works of art are on view in the gallery including a variety of life forms from animals and insects to plants and microorganisms. The PGC exhibition includes contemporary flameworked models, cast impressions and blown renditions. For more information and to view all of the submissions, visit

"Lifeforms!" Glass Biological Model Exhibition 2013

Pittsburgh Glass Center's Hodge Gallery

A video tour of the Lifeforms exhibition on display in Pittsburgh Glass Center's Hodge Gallery through November 17, 2013.