Craft In America

“Virtual Glass Exhibit” – Craft in America Website
Craft in America Study Center / 8415 W. Third Street / Los Angeles, CA 90048
2007 - 2013

Glass - Fantastic forms and breathtaking details

Jamex de la Torre (b. 1960, Guadalajara, Mexico) is a sculptor who primarily works in glass with his brother, Einar de la Torre (b. 1963 in Guadalajara, Mexico). The brothers moved to California in 1972 and graduated from California State University Long Beach.

Their work is based on their Mexican-American bi-cultural experiences, and because they use a combination of critical thinking, glass, found objects, and mixed media their work is known for being unique. Their work can be found in the collections of the Arizona State University Art Museum, Kanazu Museum of Art, and the San Diego Museum of Art.

Featured Works in this Exhibit: Einar and Jamex de la Torre, William Morris, Marvin Lipofsky, Ken Peterson, Dante Marioni, Harvey Littleton, Kerry Feldman, Caleb Siemon, Edris Eckhardt, Dale Chihuly, Paul J. Stankard and Flora Mace & Joey.

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