Melissa Paxton

Melissa Paxton has been creating fine art in glass for over 25 years. Her areas of expertise cover the full spectrum of art glass techniques and include kiln-forming, sand-carving, painting, laminating, and metal inlay. She and her staff have completed hundreds of custom commissions for private residences and public art projects. These have included library murals in carved and inlay glass, steel and glass botanical sculptures, back-lighted walls of cast glass crystals, carved table tops, etched mirrors, and carved glass vessel sinks and bowls.

Melissa Paxton works with her husband Joe Price. They began working together as a glass force in 2002 with the stunning debut of their beautiful line of unique glass vessel sinks, countertops, and mirrors at the Kitchen and Bath show in Chicago.  An immediate success, their style of glass art attracted the attention of designers and architects for one-of-a-kind custom projects.

Joe’s extensive background in nationwide commercial real estate construction, and Melissa’s 25 years as a glass artist catering to interior designers combine to create a dynamic company dedicated to producing the finest in functional glass art.
Husband and wife team Joe Price and Melissa Paxton began working together as a glass force in 2002 with the stunning debut of their beautiful line of unique glass vessel sinks, countertops, and mirrors at the Kitchen and Bath show in Chicago.  An immediate success, their style of glass art attracted the attention of designers and architects for one-of-a-kind custom projects.

Joe’s extensive background in nationwide commercial real estate construction, and Melissa’s 25 years as a glass artist catering to interior designers combine to create a dynamic company dedicated to producing the finest in functional glass art.

Mellisa Paxton and Joe Price and their talented staff produce thousands of glass commissions for commercial and residential projects.

Melissa Paxton has been creating fine art in glass for over 25 years. Her areas of expertise cover the full spectrum of art glass techniques and include kiln-forming, sand-carving, painting, laminating, and metal inlay. She and her staff have completed hundreds of custom commissions for private residences and public art projects. These have included library murals in carved and inlay glass, steel and glass botanical sculptures, back-lighted walls of cast glass crystals, carved table tops, etched mirrors, and carved glass vessel sinks and bowls.

Melissa Paxton works with her husband Joe Price. They began working together as a glass force in 2002 with the stunning debut of their beautiful line of unique glass vessel sinks, countertops, and mirrors at the Kitchen and Bath show in Chicago.  An immediate success, their style of glass art attracted the attention of designers and architects for one-of-a-kind custom projects.

Joe’s extensive background in nationwide commercial real estate construction, and Melissa’s 25 years as a glass artist catering to interior designers combine to create a dynamic company dedicated to producing the finest in functional glass art.
Husband and wife team Joe Price and Melissa Paxton began working together as a glass force in 2002 with the stunning debut of their beautiful line of unique glass vessel sinks, countertops, and mirrors at the Kitchen and Bath show in Chicago.  An immediate success, their style of glass art attracted the attention of designers and architects for one-of-a-kind custom projects.

Joe’s extensive background in nationwide commercial real estate construction, and Melissa’s 25 years as a glass artist catering to interior designers combine to create a dynamic company dedicated to producing the finest in functional glass art.

Mellisa Paxton and Joe Price and their talented staff produce thousands of glass commissions for commercial and residential projects.

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