Hunter-Wolff Gallery is proud to present the unique fused art glass collection created by Colorado Springs artist Dave Meyers. Dave’s original designs are constructed from hand cut glass that is kiln fired to both fuse and form the glass to the finished form. Like a true artist, he seeks the freedom of taking his designs wherever his imagination leads him and strives to make each piece interesting and unique. His latest pieces reflect a contemporary style with both geometric and organic forms. His pieces can be described as ranging from subtle to bold in their design. This master craftsman prides himself in delivering the highest quality, serviceable yet decorative glass designs with a uniqueness that excites the imagination and stimulates the senses.
In addition to quality craftsmanship, Dave’s work is highly desirable because of the wide variety of shapes, sizes, rich colors, and textures that result in a fresh “designer” look with a sophisticated flare. Dave says, “There is no end to the forms and shapes that this medium allows,” and he is always exploring new compositions to achieve dynamic forms for timeless beauty and the enjoyment that can only be found in fine art objects.
Dave Meyers began his career in southern California with an aerospace company in graphics design. He developed an interest in aviation along the way and is one of the early participants during the pioneer days of hang gliding. With the combination of his technical and creative skills, Dave followed his interest in aeronautical development and successfully built and flew his own full-sized aircraft.
Later his entrepreneurial spirit led him to start an industrial model-building business catering to the aerospace industry in southern California. In 1992 as an accomplished design engineer, he relocated to Colorado Springs and applied his expertise to innovative toy design for a flying toy manufacturer where he remained until 2000. Enabled with well-honed skills in design and engineering and a life-long love of art, Dave returned to his passion to focus on ceramic design and now, creations in glass.
Items displayed at our gallery