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About the Craftsman

Welcome to my website.  I’m Eric Schwartz, owner of InFusion Art Glass, and I have been working with glass for over 35 years.  I began as a self-taught stained glass craftsman circa 1978, and grew that passion into owning a stained glass supply store, teaching studio, and custom stained glass fabricator in Milford, CT.   Three kids and several engineering jobs later, I returned to glass, more recently adding experimentation with fused and kiln formed glass.   Combining my engineering background and my glass experience, I have developed several unique techniques for the creation of glass, including a “carved frit” process and a 3D methodology for fused glass pieces.  Please browse the rest of this website to see examples of this unique work as well as my more conventional stained, painted, fused and kiln formed glass pieces.


SOWA Arts District, Sound End, Boston, MA

I'm very happy to announce the opening of my new space, that affords me room to display (and sell) my work from a new gallery area, and has plenty of room for my working glass studio.  It is located in the busy and energetic SOWA Arts District in the South End.  SOWA has been named one of the top arts destinations in the US, and I am surrounded by galleries, and other working artists.  It's an amazing space, and I'm looking forward to welcoming customers and visitors.  Come and visit... and don't worry about parking in Boston, there is a lot right outside my door (in your GPS, put in 365 Albany Street, Boston), and I can get you free parking for the duration of your visit to my gallery.


InFusion Art Glass Studio and Gallery

The InFusion Art Glass Gallery is a display of my current work, all available for sale, while the adjacent studio space holds a unique collection of glass working equipment: kilns, glass cutting tables, back-lit light tables, cold-working laps and polishers, a sandblaster, computer controlled cutting machines, and of course, a wide selection of raw materials, from sheet glass to powdered “frit” glass.