Bio

Anthony Barbano specializes in an ultra contemporary glass blowing technique. His signature process involves melting 24K gold and pure silver into fascinatingly spectacular blown glass art designed with precision and intention. He is renowned for his luminescent color combinations and distinctive pendant detail. He studied art at the University of Utah, where he completed a Bachelors of Fine Art. Following graduation, Anthony traveled to Murano, Italy to meet his Italian ancestors and Murano glass masters. He apprenticed in the U.S.A., accepted a production studio position and is now the Artistic Director of Barbano Glass. For over a decade, he has established the direction and creative strategy of the Barbano Glass Collection. He has provided live narrated glassblowing demonstrations at special events and taught private flame-working foundations to children, youth and adults. Anthony is dedicated to advancing his glass blowing skills. Each Barbano Glass design is an original work of art, signed and dated for authenticity. The awe-inspiring collection of original masterpieces are available at select galleries nationwide and his work has been sold around the world. 

Gallery Representation:

Diano

Idrettsveien 31

400 Ski, Norway

Utah Museum of Fine Art Store

410 Campus Center Dr.

Salt Lake City, UT 84112

(801) 581-7332

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens Store

3251 S Miami Ave 

Miami, FL 33129

(305) 250-9133

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Store

7374 E 2nd St.

Scottsdale, AZ 85251

(480) 474-4666

Lunds Fine Art Gallery

591 Main St.

Park City, UT 84060

(435) 655-4349

Kuivato Glass Gallery 

336 Hwy 179, Tlaquepaque Suite B-125
Sedona, AZ 86336

(928) 282-1212

Burlwood Gallery

749 Bridgeway

Sausalito, CA 94965

1 800 343-6550

Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art & Museum 

2308 6th Street

Tuscaloosa, AL

(205) 345-3038

Pablo Milan Gallery

209 Galisteo St. 

Santa Fe, NM 87501

Phoenix Art Museum Store

1625 N Central Ave,

Phoenix, AZ 85004 

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