Peter Greenwood - About
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Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Pilchuck School, Stanwood, WA
Penland School, Penland, NC
Haystack School, Deer Island, ME
Peter's Valley, Layton, NJ
Peter Greenwood


The Louvre Museum Paris, France
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany, NY
Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul, MN
Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC
DeCordova and Dana Museum, Lincoln, MA
Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
New Britain Museum of American Art, CT
Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN
Portland Art Museum, Portland, ME
Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, FL
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, GA
Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE
Ball State University, Muncie, IN
The Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT
American Craft Museum, New York, NY
Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
Oklahoma Arts Center, Oklahoma City, OK
The Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA
Memorial Arts Gallery, University of Rochester, NY
Jacksonville, Art Museum, Jacksonville, FL

Racine Art Museum, Racine Wisconsin


Fine Woodworking Design Book Two, 1979
American Craft, December 1987, January 1988
Florida Home & Garden, June 1988
Diversion for Physicians at Leisure, September 1989
Hartford Monthly, November 1990
Bon Appetit, November 1991
Smithsonian, April 1991
Art That Works Decorative Arts of the Eighties Crafted in America by Lloyd E. Herman, 1990
Object Lessons Original Art From Guild Artists
Guild Publishing Madison, Wisconsin 2001
Comtemporary Glass Color Light & Form
Leier, Peters, Wallace 2001
Ink Magazine, February 2014


"Excellence in Glass" Philadelphia Craft Show 1988, 1989
"Award of Excellence" Washington Craft Expo 1991
"Collectors Award" Coconut Grove Arts Festival 1993
"Stanley Tool National Scholarship Contest" 2nd Place 1978
"Best in Area" CT Industrial Art Association, Student Craftsman Fair 1978

For me, the excitement of working with hot glass lies within the challenge of the process.
The need to respond with great speed, skill and certainty at the very moment of its formation is unique.
The great potential of molten glass is in the technical discoveries and artistic inventions that are seemingly endless.

Peter Greenwood was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1960. In 1979, he had a shift of consciousness; the mystique, the discipline, the spiritual exercise which defines glass blowing forever changed his life. Peter has traveled to the glass centers of Europe including Orrefors, Sweden, Venice, Italy and Czechoslovakia. Peter thinks three dimensionally with ease and is a natural builder. His works include finely crafted wood furniture, hand forged iron, bronze, stainless steel fabrication, and stone fireplaces. Peter's work has been shown in museums and galleries throughout the United States, and is included in numerous
private collections worldwide.
Peter Greenwood

Studio Photo The studio is open to the public and is located inside a historic stone church that was built in 1829. There is a large showroom on the second floor displaying works of blown glass, metal, wood, fine art paintings, sculptures and jewelry.