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David Huchthausen’s involvement with glass spans more than three decades and covers a wide range of concepts and techniques. Elements of his early background in Architecture, his intense interest in primitive art and ritual and a focus on the Art Deco and Modèrne periods that preceded World War II are all evident in the development of his blown glass and sculpture between 1970 and 1980. The images in these public archives are intended to provide an historical perspective on the artist’s work and its relationship to his current concepts and directions. All of these pieces are in public and private collections worldwide.

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York
The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, California
High Museum, Atlanta, Georgia
Museum of Fine Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland
Boston Museum of Fine Art. Boston, Massachusetts
The Corning Museum, Corning, New York
American Craft Museum, New York, New York
Hokkaido Museum of Art, Sapporo, Japan
Musee de Verre, Liege, Belgium
The Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia
Art Museum, Dusseldorf, Germany
Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, Michigan,
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio
de Young Museum, San Francisco, California
Houston Museum of Fine Art, Houston, Texas
Museum fur Kunst und Gerwerbe, Hamburg, Germany
Dresden Museum of Art, Dresden Germany
The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin
Dayton Museum of Art, Dayton, Ohio
Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, West Virginia
Museum fur Kunsthandwerk, Frankfurt, Germany
Grassi Museum, Leipzig, Germany
The Bergstrom Art Museum, Neenah, Wisconsin
The Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, Minnesota
Lobmeyr Museum, Vienna, Austria
Rahr West Museum, Manitowoc, Wisconsin
Illinois State Museum, Normal, Illinois
Glass Museum, Frauenau, Germany
Kunstmuseum, Wertheim, Germany
Veste Coburg Museum, Coburg, Germany
International Glass Museum, Ebeltoft, Denmark
St. Louis Museum of Art, St. Louis, Missouri
Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague, Czechoslovakia
The Rockwell Museum, Corning, New York
Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington
J B Speed Museum, Louisville, Kentucky
Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama
Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina
Wustum Museum of Fine Art, Racine, Wisconsin
Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2004Leo Kaplan Modern, New York, NY
2002Habatat Galleries, Michigan
2001Leo Kaplan Modern, New York, NY
2000Habatat Galleries, Michigan
1999Leo Kaplan Modern, New York, NY
1997Habatat Galleries, Michigan
1996Leo Kaplan Modern, New York, NY
1996Habatat Galleries, Pontiac, Michigan
1996Galerie L, Hamburg, Germany
1995William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA
1995Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, FL
1995Habatat Galleries, Detroit, MI
1994Leo Kaplan Modern, New York, NY
1994Contemporary Art Niki, Tokyo, Japan
1994Galerie L, Hamburg, Germany
1993Habatat Galleries, Detroit, Michigan
1992Leo Kaplan Modern, New York, New York
1992William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington
1992Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida
1990Habatat Galleries, Detroit, Michigan
1990William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington
1990Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida
1988Habatat Galleries, Chicago, Illinois
1988Heller Gallery, SoHo, New York, New York
1988Habatat Galleries, Miami, Florida
1987Traver Sutton Gallery, Seattle, Washington
1987B.Z. Wagman Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri
1986Habatat Galleries, Detroit, Michigan