Cline's glasswork reflects his love for the medium,
his fine craftsmanship and an ongoing endeavor to better
his working processes. He started working with glass
in 1987 at Santa Monica College, then furthered his
education at the California College of Arts and Crafts
and Pilchuck Glass School.
In 1991 he apprenticed with Pino Signoretto, Master
Glass Artist, in Murano, Italy. This experience was
a turning point in Jeremy's career, whereby he heightened
his level of proficiency in Venetian glass techniques
and achieved a comprehensive understanding of the Artist-Designer
After his return from Italy, Jeremy opened his studio,
Incline Glass, in 1992. Jeremy's personal work examines
the vessel as an art form, taking cues from the glass
itself, as well as from antiquity and contemporary sources.
Besides creating his own unique work, Jeremy uses
his facility to produce various pieces for other artists and designers,
including custom lampshades for the lighting industry, and work as diverse
as Venetian style stemware to solid sculpture to prototypes for industry.
Jeremy continues to expand his abilities, techniques and methodology in
pursuit of excellence in glass.
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