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Matt Eskuche began working with flameworking in 1998 and has studied with many talented contemporary makers including Emilio Santini and Cesare Toffolo.

He teaches classes at many national and international schools and studios including Corning, Penland, and Pilchuck and exhibits his work with galleries and museums throughout the country.

His work can be found in many publications and in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Racine Art Museum, the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. the Lamwork Museum in Kobe Japan, the National Gallery for Foreign Art in Sofia Bulgaria, and in the Eskisiher Contemporary Glass Arts Museum in Turkyie.

National Gallery for Foreign Art, Sofia Bulgaria
Eskisehir Contemporary Glass Arts Museum, Eskisehir Turkyie
Racine Art Museum, Racine Wisconsin
Museum of Arts & Design, New York, New York
Kobe International Lampwork Museum, Kobe Japan
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2010-11 “Agristocracy” Racine Art Museum WI
2009 “The United State of America, Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Crappiness”
The Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh PA
2009 “Dollar Menu” Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto Canada
2015 Scope Miami FL
2015 SOFA Chicago IL
2013 “RE:Purposed” Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota FL
2013 “Ceci N’est”Pas Une Pipe” Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle WA
2012 “Fire and Sand” Mesa Arts Center AZ
2012 “50 Years of Studio Glass” Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts KY
2011 SOFA NY
2011 “Tenacity” Pittsburgh Glass Center PA
2010 “Realism” Imago Gallery, Palm Desert CA
2010 SOFA NY
2010 “survey of Contemporary Flameworking” Wesleyan University IL
2009 Glass Weekend, Wheaton Village, NJ
2009 SOFA NY
2009 “environments: Form and Space”
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, TX
2008 “New, Novel, and Never Been Shown Before”
Racine Art Museum WI
2008 SOFA NY
2008 SOFA Chicago
2007 SOFA Chicago
2007 Glass Weekend, Wheaton Village NJ
2006 SOFA Chicago
2006 “Studio Glass: Decorative and Functional Objects”
Bellevue Arts Museum WA
2005 Glass Weekend, Wheaton Village, NJ
2005 SOFA Chicago
2004 SOFA Chicago
2004 “Contemporary Goblet Exhibition” Kentucky Museum of Arts and Design

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